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PRDBA announces summer-fall photo contest winners

Winners of the summer-fall Park Rapids Downtown Business Association (PRDBA) photo contest are Duane Goeden and Sue Tomte of Park Rapids, Amanda Current of Nevis and Lisa Gustafson of Savage.

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Duane Goeden’s winning photo, “Morning Glory,” won in the area lake scenes category. It was taken on the Hubbard Prairie. While there’s no lake in sight, all three judges favored it and it does show the beauty that surrounds us. (Submitted photos)

Winners of the summer-fall Park Rapids Downtown Business Association (PRDBA) photo contest are Duane Goeden and Sue Tomte of Park Rapids, Amanda Current of Nevis and Lisa Gustafson of Savage.

This was the PRDBA’s 21st biannual contest.

Goeden’s photo, “Morning Glory,” won in the area lake scenes category and was taken on the Hubbard Prairie. Tomte shot her winning photo, “Hope #PRrocks,” at Red Bridge Park and won in the Main Street scenes category.

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Winner in the Main Street scenes category is Sue Tomte’s photo, "Hope #PRrocks," taken at Red Bridge Park.

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Current’s winning photo in the recreation category was “On the Trail.”. Winning photo in the wildlife category was Gustafson’s Loon on Island Lake.

Max Bailey Photography sponsors the contest and awards a professionally finished, 11-by-14-inch mounted picture of the winning photograph in each category.

You can view the winning entries as well as all of the photo contest submissions by visiting www.parkrapidsdowntown.com and clicking on the “Photo Gallery” link.

Photo submissions are now being accepted for the winter-spring contest, again being sponsored by Max Bailey Photography. Amateur and professional photographers are welcome to participate. Contest rules, guidelines and the photo entry form are available on the website. The submission deadline is April 30, 2021.

The contest is intended to capture and celebrate the beauty and unique character of Park Rapids and the surrounding area.

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