Twelve winners were selected out of over 250 photographs of local parks and recreation submitted in the 2019 ERIEBANK wall calendar contest. The calendar has become a customer favorite, and beginning in November, ERIEBANK associates will be providing these revered calendars to thousands of customers throughout northwestern Pennsylvania and Northeastern Ohio.
For the past two months, residents, from amateur to professional photographers, have been submitting their favorite photos depicting local parks and recreation to ERIEBANK’s online calendar contest at www.ERIEBANK.bank. The deadline for submission was Sunday, August 5 and the difficult task of selecting twelve winners ensued.
The photograph awarded Best of Show will be featured on the front cover. This cherished position was awarded to Isabelle Southard of Erie, PA. Not only will her photo, entitled “A New Perspective”, be featured on the cover of the 2019 wall calendars, but will also be featured the month of April.
The other eleven months of the year will feature photographs submitted by Stephanie Roxberry of Conneaut, OH, Virginia Anderson of Fairlawn, PA, Ray Shook Jr. of Franklin, PA, Jason Sakal of Meadville, PA, Judy Cerra and Peter Garami of Warren, PA, and Rick Baker, Lori Garske, Steve Krauza, Jay Pius, and Mary Kay Talarico all of Erie, PA.
In addition, 24 photographs earned honorable mention and will be displayed on a special page of the calendar. Those photographs were submitted by Virginia Anderson, Roy Berlin, Jeremy Bickling, Pat Christianson, Alyson Eagle, Kathy Erickson, Susan Evans, Monika Garami, Peter Garami, Lori Garske, Karen Heasley, Bob Howden, Chuck Lawrence, Barbara Mattis, Michael Orlando, Ray Reade, Isabelle Southard, Kendra Taylor, Ray Shook Jr., Bill Vargo, Wendy Wagner-Jones, and Dean Zeller.
ERIEBANK wishes to thank all the individuals who continue to make this calendar so popular among its customers. ERIEBANK initiated this contest to provide an avenue to feature local talent and the communities in which the Bank serves through the eyes of residents as they’ve captured with their camera.
Calendars will be available to pick up at any ERIEBANK office location beginning in November.