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Explore Chatham Photo Contest Winners Announced

Jessica Rindos won an award for two of her photographs, one entitled "Blossoms" and the other entitled "Seeds".
The grandsons of Lee Clark accept his award for Best Wildlife picture.  They are holding a baseball glove donated by Chatham Sports Shop which they will enjoy using with their grandfather.

On Saturday morning, March 14, awards were given out to the best photographs of Chatham Borough as follows:

Best Wildlife Picture, Adult:  Lee Clark,   Youth:  Jessica Rindos

Best Plant Picture, Adult:  Richard Plambeck, Youth:  Jessica Rindos

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Best Landscape, Adult:  Brian Hart, Youth:  Eitan Miller

Best Historical Picture, Adult:  William O’Connor, Youth:  Jared Kofsky

These photographs will be displayed in the Borough of Chatham Municipal Building for one month and then in the Library of the Chathams for one month.

The following Chatham merchants generously awarded prizes to each winner:  Arminio’s, Bliss, Chatham Cellular, Chatham Sports Shop, Kitchen Intuitions, Les Cheveux, and Village Hardware.

Thank you to the judges: Jennifer Duteil, Steven Fleisch, Lynn Keffer, Barbara Montague, and Carol Schneider, for their time and expertise.

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