Jim Trice gets a handshake from Judge Cathy Futral after receiving his Third-Place award ($25) and Goodie Bag for his "Sunrise Post".

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First Place in Photography ($100) went to Karalea Hirneissen for her Black & White photo titled "Frostproof Remembered at O'Hara Restorations."

100 years in the making

Deb Lewis accepts her Second Place, Photography Ribbon (& $50 & Goodie Bag) for "Keys to the Ramon". Deb also toted home an Honorable Mention in Photography for 

"Lord's House of Color"

Honorable Mention Awards went to the following: "Lamp Light" by Lyle Smith; "Early Morning Cypress Swamp" by Sharon Creedon;  & "Cracker Girl Brand & Pickers" by John Gilbert.

Photography Honorable Mentions went to: "Lord's House of Color," by Deb Lewis; &            "Heaven Bound, 1st Presbyterian," by John Brownfield.


At left, from top left clockwise, John Brownfield's "Heaven Bound, 1st Presbyterian," (Honorable Mention, Photo); Sharon Creedon's "Wild Turkeys"; "Sunrise Post' by Jim Trice (3rd Place, Pntg); 

Here are the results (and some photos) from our "Frostproof Remembered" Art and Photography Show and Contest.

Again, we thank the Maxcy Foundation and W.A. Jaques Inc. & Family for providing funding for our art prizes

Joan Lester looks Pretty Dadburn Happy with her Second Place Ribbon, check for $50, and a bag of goodies. Joan's painting was titled "Old Man's Territory."

Smiling for Everybody, Linda Peterson gets a handshake from Judge Cathy Futral. Linda earned Third Place ($25) in Photography for her "Green Orchid."


Lou Amato receives his First-Place Ribbon (and his "Centennial $100" and a bag of goodies) from Jacque Palomaki of Florida Wildflower Studios. Lou's art was titled "Migrant 1921"