Forest Preserve District announces ‘Woods Walk’ print competition winners – The Herald

February 27, 2015 - photo frame

The Forest Preserve District of Will County announced a 2014 “Woods Walk” Photo Contest.

The winning photo, submitted by Nicci Allen of New Lenox, depicts a hawk perched opposite a backdrop of a daytime moon during Vermont Cemetery Preserve in Naperville. Allen won a digital print frame.

Second place went to Greg Dubois of Joliet, whose print prisoner a sharp-witted summer distraction of Whalon Lake in Naperville. His esteem was a “Woods Walk” backpack.

Connie Secor of Orland Park won third place with her print of a organisation of red-eared slider turtles sunning themselves during Rock Run Preserve – Black Road Access in Joliet. Her esteem was a “Woods Walk” transport blanket.

Three additional photos were comparison for honest discuss awards. The awards went to: Connie Holt of Braidwood, Brittany Matejko of Lockport and Kevin Kuchler of Joliet. These winners any perceived a benefaction card.

The District’s 2014 “Woods Walk” plea began on Jun 1 and finished on Oct. 31. All 123 print entries can be noticed on a district’s during


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