Art Against Hunger Project Winners Announced!
This design by Pierce Middle School seventh grader Alessandra Tuozzolo will be featured on reusable shopping bags to be sold to raise funds to fight hunger in Milton and the world. 
This spring Milton school children participated in Rotary’s “Art Against Hunger” contest, creating artistic designs inspired by the theme A world without hunger is a world full of caring and sharing… and food!”  
Joan Clifford, director of the Milton Art Center, Alison Poor-Donahue, Associate Professor of Graphic Design at Curry College, and local artist Tom Maholchic selected three finalists by age category and the grand prize winner, Alessandra.
Alessandra will also receive a $100 gift certificate to Blick Art Materials.  In addition Zoey Kwiatek, a kindergartner at Collicot, and Lilly Maxey, a fourth grader at St. Agatha’s will receive $25 gift certificates to Blick Art Materials so they can keep on drawing.
The finalists were revealed at the opening of Milton Town Meeting May 3, 2021.
Proceeds from the sale of the grocery bags will benefit the Milton Food Pantry and the international relief organization, Rise Against Hunger. We hope that you will consider purchasing one (or more) of these bags for $10 apiece and show your support to ending hunger in Milton and in the world. 
All art created by the many participants will be displayed at the Milton Public Library and on Milton Community Access Television in the coming months.
The reusable grocery bags can be ordered online at   They can be picked up at the Milton Public Library this summer.  If you have any questions, you can write to
Other Finalists
Zoe KwiatekLilly Maxey