On June 7, 2023

Voting for Cavendish calendar photos is underway

 

The photos have been submitted in the Cavendish Community and Conservation Association’s annual calendar contest and it is time to start the voting.  Any full-time or part-time Cavendish/Proctorsville resident is eligible to vote.  Photographers compete for the opportunity to be published as a monthly selection in the annual calendar.

This year voting will be held at the Cavendish Fletcher Community Library in Proctorsville through Monday, June 19.

This is a contest for inclusion of monthly photos in the CCCA’s 2014 calendar.  Residents will vote for their favorite pictures, selecting 12 for the calendar, and the photo with the most votes will receive the Popular Choice Award.  

Information about the Cavendish calendar contest and about the Cavendish Community and Conservation Association can be found at the CCCA website:  CavendishCCCA.org.   

If you have any questions, contact Robin Timko at 802-259-2327.

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