Kodak Makes Heavy Cuts After Sharp Decline Printer

Jon Robinson
May 22, 2009
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After two days of competition in North Carolina at the Phoenix Challenge international flexography competition, the teams representing Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School placed first and third places. This marks the second year in a row teams from Gordon Graydon has topped the competition.

Hannah Plavnick and Stephanie Hammond won the first place gold medal with a score of 605 out of a possible 625. They each received a US$1000 bursary. This was the second 1st place standing for Plavnick as she placed 1st last year as well with another partner. Plavnick has been accepted into Ryerson University’s Graphic Communications Management program for the Fall of 2009.

Grant Izukawa and Abdul Murad placed third and brought home the bronze medals. They missed out of a second place finish by only six points. Second place went to a team from North Carolina.

Grade 10 student Frances Lee was recognized for the best T-shirt design, while instructor Peter Belanger won the Diann Teague award for leading the winning team. Twenty teams were part of the competition, including three from Canada.

After two days of competition in North Carolina at the Phoenix Challenge international flexography competition, the teams representing Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School placed first and third places. This marks the second year in a row teams from Gordon Graydon has topped the competition.

Hannah Plavnick and Stephanie Hammond won the first place gold medal with a score of 605 out of a possible 625. They each received a US$1000 bursary. This was the second 1st place standing for Plavnick as she placed 1st last year as well with another partner. Plavnick has been accepted into Ryerson University’s Graphic Communications Management program for the Fall of 2009.

Grant Izukawa and Abdul Murad placed third and brought home the bronze medals. They missed out of a second place finish by only six points. Second place went to a team from North Carolina.

Grade 10 student Frances Lee was recognized for the best T-shirt design, while instructor Peter Belanger won the Diann Teague award for leading the winning team. Twenty teams were part of the competition, including three from Canada.

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