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Fotos of Fanwood Contest Returns to Fanny Wood Day

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FANWOOD, NJ – The fifth annual “Fotos of Fanwood” contest is returning this year, inviting both residents and non-residents to submit their pictures to the photography exposition at Fanny Wood Day.

The deadline for photo entries is Sept. 18 at 3:30 p.m. Photographs can be dropped off anytime at the Fanwood Borough Hall. The contest is open to photographers of all ages and skill levels.

As stated in the flyer, the contest is looking for new or vintage pictures of people, places or things that you have captured. In last year's contest, first place went to Greg Cummings, while Daniel Tartamella took both second and third in the contest.

Fanny Wood Day will be celebrated on Sept. 27 and run from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  

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