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Fotos of Fanwood Judged

Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr points out one of her favorite Fotos of Fanwood at Mara's Cafe. Credits: John Mooney
A spectator checks out one of the entries in the Fotos of Fanwood competition Friday evening at Mara's Cafe  in Fanwood.    Credits: Brian Horton
Fotos of Fanwood judges Brian Beste, left, Tom Plante and Adele Kenny check over their notes during the judging of the competition Friday evening in Fanwood.    Credits: Brian Horton
Mayor Colleen Mahr poses with 9-year-old Niyati Shah of Fanwood at the Fotos of Fanwood competition at Mara's Cafe on Friday evening. Shah was the youngest entrant in the fourth annual contest.    Credits: Brian Horton

FANWOOD, NJ -- Judges reviewed the entries of the fourth annual Fotos of Fanwood contest at Mara's Cafe (corner of South and Martine Ave.) on Friday evening.

"We have 46 photographs entered in this year's Fotos of Fanwood contest," said contest chairman David Blechinger. "Entries from as far away as San Francisco and Princeton and from kids and adults alike!"
Winners will be announced during Fanny Wood Day festivities on Sunday, Sept. 28. 

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