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Photo contest winners

  • Edie Currier of Hopkinton was among the contest winners with a photo of Kezar Lake. Courtesy

Published: 10/15/2021 11:53:48 PM

Merrimack County Savings Bank is excited to announce the winners of their annual photo contest. Selected photos will be featured in the community calendar as well as on the bank’s website and social media. Images will also be included in desk calendars, holiday cards and note cards. Complimentary calendars will be available to the public during the late fall in the Bank’s branch offices.

“We had a lot of incredible submissions this year that represented the unique character of New Hampshire. It’s always challenging to narrow it down to the final winners, because our submissions were so impressive!” said Diana Johnson, Marketing Relationships Officer. “So many of our community members look forward to this annual contest and the calendars. It’s a wonderful way to celebrate our state and feature so many talented local artists!”

Winners of the Merrimack’s 2021 Community Photo Contest included: 

■Terri Trier of Concord

■Maureen Nelson of New Durham

■Dan Millbauer of Peterborough

■Stacy Hayes of Pittsfield

■Barbara Oldread of Hancock

■Edie Currier of Hopkinton

■Gerry  Fagan of Laconia

■Stacey Geesey of Nashua

■Sumeet Mehta of Hooksett

■Leila Domracheva of Manchester

■Katie Webster of Pelham

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