Judges jump for joy over High photo
Connie High is the winner of our monthly "It’s All About You" photo contest. The image of grandchildren celebrating a Fourth of July picnic captured the collective eye of the judges. Check out High’s photo and all of the great summer pictures submitted by our readers in this week’s B-section.
Our August theme is "vacation photos." Start sending those in now, identified for the August It’s All About You, to Andy Fasnacht at email@example.com. They can also be dropped off at our Ephrata office or mailed to P.O. Box 527, Ephrata, PA 17522.
Deadline for the next round of photos is Aug. 21, for publication in the Aug. 29 edition.
When submitting photos, please include all necessary identifications and your contact information (in case we have any questions). Submitted information should include names of those in the photos, your local connection, where and when the photos were taken, and identity of the photographer. You may submit multiple photos, but the number of photos published will depend on available space. More ALL ABOUT YOU, page A17 ? Regina Dvorshak, West Brandywine, $25 gift certificate from Second Street Thrift Store.
? Wendy Kerschner, Adamstown, HARTZ Physical Therapy fleece blanket and one free registation for HARTZ PT’s Fall Blast 5K Run.
? Joyce Gehman, Gordonville, free inspection from Herzog’s Garage.
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