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11/30/2011 - Photography Exhibit Nov. 30, at County Library

“Seen on a Summer Day” Photo Contest
At The Cumberland County Library

The Cumberland County Library will hold a reception on Wednesday, November 30 at 6:00 PM. The library will be celebrating the opening of the Photography Exhibit “Seen on a Summer Day”. We have 26 beautiful entries hanging in the gallery on the lower level.

Cumberland County has a lot of talented photographers who enjoy sharing their work and this showThe Cumberland County Library will hold a reception on Wednesday, November 30 at 6:00 PM. has provided them the perfect opportunity. All are invited to come by and congratulate the participants and meet the winners.

Refreshments will be served.

Cumberland County Library wishes to thank T&F Camera of Vineland for providing the prizes.

Cumberland County Library is located at 800 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton.

Call 856-453-2210 Ext. 100 for further information.

The Cumberland County Library is pleased to announce the winners of the photography contest. Participants shared memories through photographs of their vacations or stay-cations and the judges had a difficult time selecting winners from the excellent photographs that were submitted.

First place winner is John P. Oesterling of Bridgeton for his photograph entitled “East Point Lighthouse”. Mr. Oesterling is the recipient of the $50.00 gift certificate made possible by T & F Camera of Vineland.

The second place prize, a $30.00 gift certificate from T & F Camera of Vineland, goes to Suzan R. Lewis of Fairton for her photograph “Frisco Fun”.

Our third place winner is Michael Schuelke of Fairton. He will receive a $25.00 gift certificate from T & F Camera for his photograph “Zoo Duck”.

Honorable Mention goes to the following participants:

  • Sharon Mollick for “Looking at You, Looking at Me
  • Lucas McCormick for “4th of July Flash” and
  • Beth Barrickman for “Star-Spangled Philadelphia”

Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all the entrants for your thoughtful interpretations of our theme. Thanks also to our judges, Paul B. Simon, Jennifer Carll-Simon and Cathy Cramer.