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New Jersey Teens Make Public Service Video For Reusable Bags

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Students at Absegami High School in Galloway, NJ, USA have created a video public service announcement promoting the use of reusable bags instead of plastic bags. The students hope the video will be shown on the local access channel, Channel 2.

Absegami High School media teacher, Mike Piotrowski has been doing Media Day, a competition for his media students, for over ten years. This year, the competition was about Going Green and the reusable bags public service video was the winner over 16 other teams. The winning team was senior Christina DiBartolo, juniors Lena Northridge and Jordan Jobs and sophomores Seth Morowitz and Juhi Patel.

Read the original story by Emily Previti and view the video at Press of Atlantic City website.

Photo: Absegami High School Students’ Anti-Plastic Bag Campaign. Photo provided by Press of Atlantic City.com

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