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Hillsborough: Photographers Encouraged to Submit Photos for 2019 Calendar

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - The township is encouraging photographers to submit scenic photos for possible inclusion in the 2019 Town Planner Calendar which will be mailed out free to every residence in Hillsborough.

“The printing of the calendar is funded through the various advertisements contained within the calendar,” said Mayor Gloria McCauley.

Calendars will include schedules, important dates and phone numbers for the coming year as well as 12 photographs featuring Hillsborough Township’s landscape and scenery, submitted by residents.

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Individuals interested in submitting photographs for consideration for the 2019 calendar can email their high resolution image to the Township Clerk at pborek@hillsborough-nj.org. A photo release will need to accompany the pictures and there is no guarantee that the photo will be used.

The photo release form is found on the township website at www.hillsborough-nj.org.

“Again, this is a great opportunity to promote local businesses and services as well as enjoy our local scenery all year long,” McCauley said. 

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