CEC Student Film Festival

San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine, left, and Mike McCord, chair of the Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame, right, congratulate the students who won awards in three age categories at the second annual CEC Student Film Festival on Tuesday,March 19. They are, from left, Cole Fletchall-Silva of Burlingame High School accepting on behalf of the high school winner, Mark Mangano; Mika Haggarty of Lincoln School in Burlingame accepting on behalf or herself and Olivia McGlynn (of Our Lady of Angels in Burlingame) in the grades four, five division; and Alison Saunders of Burlingame Intermediate School. Alison was also the Grand Prize winner. Her video, ‘The Trash Task,’ will be shown at the San Francisco Green Film Festival in September. (Not pictured are Mark Mangano of Burlingame High School, Olivia McGlynn of Our Lady of Angels.)

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