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Roxbury PEC and RHS Graphic Design Team Up


Roxbury PEC and RHS Graphic Design Team Up

Bog Boy Premiere poster  

Jessica Wood with the award presented by the Roxbury PEC ROXBURY, NJ (June 4, 2019) – The Roxbury Parents of Exceptional Children (PEC) held their annual Stage Left Productions movie event at the Pax Amicus Castle Theatre on Friday, May 31st. The night was filled with laughter and applause as movies produced by the children were presented to family, friends, and volunteers from the Morris County region. 

Roxbury High School Senior Jessica Wood was given an opportunity by Craig Brown in accordance with the RHS Graphic Design art class to create a movie poster and DVD cover for their premiere movie production called, Bog Boy. 

Prior to handing out rewards, Craig thanked all of the volunteers and community for their help with the productions, including holding up a large printout of Jessica’s poster and saying, “Isn’t this poster awesome!”, continuing on to thank her for her hard work. 

Jessica, demonstrating the qualities of a soon-to-be-Roxbury graduate, continuously balanced her normal graphic design work with an outside community commitment that was for a great cause. 

PHOTO ATTACHED (courtesy of Roxbury High School)


For more information, contact: Roxbury Community School/Community Relations Coordinator Ann Rhodes at or 973-584-7699. 


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