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Festival photography contest winners announced

From Staff Reports

The winners of the 2016 Picture Perfect Apple Festival Photography Contest were displayed inside The Bramble during part of the festival on Friday, Oct. 7., and Saturday, Oct. 8.

The contest was again sponsored by the Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce and The Erwin Record.

The two Best in Show winners were Pauline Musick (color division) and Sallie Biles (black and white division).

The first place winners in each color category were:

  • Ruth Morgan (animals);
  • Musick (flowers and plants);
  • Alexis Sparks (inanimate objects);
  • Sallie Biles (landscapes and water)
  • Sandy Whitson (people).

The second place winners in each color category were:

  • Pauline Musick (animals);
  • Patricia Bennett (flowers and plants);
  • Ruth Morgan (inanimate objects);
  • Alexis Sparks (landscapes and water scenes);
  • Alexis Sparks (people).

The third place winners in each color category were:

  • Tracy Foster (animals);
  • Sallie Biles (flowers and plants);
  • Maryanna White (inanimate objects);
  • Ruth Morgan (landscapes and water scenes);
  • Kyah Powers (people).

The first place winners in each black and white category were:

  • Patricia Bennett (animals);
  • Patricia Bennett (flowers and plants);
  • Sallie Biles (inanimate objects);
  • Dwayne Honeycutt (landscapes and water scenes);
  • Mark Whitson (people).

The second place winners in each black and white category were:

  • Heather Green (animals);
  • Alexis Sparks (flowers and plants);
  • Dwayne Honeycutt (inanimate objects);
  • Alexis Sparks (landscapes and water);
  • Jonathon Story (people).

The third place winners in each black and white category were:

  • Tracy Foster (inanimate objects);
  • David M. Lewis (landscapes and water scenes);
  • Patricia Bennett (people).

Contestants may pick up photos and ribbons, for the winners, at the Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce this week. For more information, call the Chamber at 743-3000.