Historical Society still taking photo contest entries
By Bonnie Edwards
Published in News on April 15, 2009 1:46 PM
The Wayne County Historical Association is accepting entries in a photography contest through April 30.
The camera can be anything but a Polaroid. The subject can be anything or anybody at least 50 years, and it has to be inside Wayne County. Both black-and-white and color formats will be accepted. Each contestant can enter as many as four photographs.
All photos should be taken by the person entering the contest. The contest is open to students from fourth through 12th grade. And all printing and mounting work must be done by the contestant.
Entry forms should be filled out and submitted with each entry, preferably by being mounted on the back. Entries can be submitted to the Wayne County Museum or the Wayne County Public Library.
The winners will be announced on May 9.
For information call 734- 5023.
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