Capture Cleveland Photo Contest Winners Announced

Monday, December 11, 2017

The City of Cleveland announced the winners of the 2017 Capture Cleveland Photo Contest.

60 participants submitted pictures for the contest. The winners were announced at the Monday Cleveland City Council meeting.

The Capture Cleveland Photo Contest was conducted from Sept. 10 to Nov. 10. The contest had six categories: arts/culture/community; historic downtown architecture; picture taken by a middle school student; picture taken by a high school or college student; outdoors/nature and public safety relations. First place winners received a $100 check and second place winners received a $50 gift card.

Sponsors for the contest were Athens Federal Community Bank, Bank of Cleveland, Church Street Candle Company, Glassworks, Mainstreet Cleveland, The Venue Creekside, Waste Connections and White Oak Advertising and Public Relations.

The city partnered with the Cleveland Workspace and held a special gallery displaying all the pictures from the contest from Dec. 1-5. The city received over 200 entries for the contest.

The City of Cleveland thanks all the contestants, judges and sponsors for participating in the Capture Cleveland Photo Contest. All photo entries can be viewed on the city’s website or Facebook page.



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