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Friday, October 20, 2017
The Emmaus Arts Commission hosts the third annual photo contest and fundraiser Dec. 3. Amateur and professional photographers were invited to participate in one of three categories – students grades six through 12, adult nonprofessional and adult professional. The show featured three themes for submissions including, “The Beauty of Emmaus,” “Pet Portrait” and “Reflections in Nature.”PRESS PHOTOS The Emmaus Arts Commission hosts the third annual photo contest and fundraiser Dec. 3. Amateur and professional photographers were invited to participate in one of three categories – students grades six through 12, adult nonprofessional and adult professional. The show featured three themes for submissions including, “The Beauty of Emmaus,” “Pet Portrait” and “Reflections in Nature.”PRESS PHOTOS
Student Leah Spies takes first place with her photo of a park bench. Student Leah Spies takes first place with her photo of a park bench.
Ann Hoppe takes first place in the amateur division with her photo of a horse called “Choctaw Annie.” Ann Hoppe takes first place in the amateur division with her photo of a horse called “Choctaw Annie.”
Phil Kresge takes first place in the professional division with “Reflections at the Bird Bath.” Phil Kresge takes first place in the professional division with “Reflections at the Bird Bath.”

EMMAUS ARTS COMMISSION

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 by The Press in Local News

Photo contest draws students, amateurs and professionals