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Columbia College students place in Landmark Bank photography contest
Four Columbia College photography students received awards in the 14th annual Visions photography contest sponsored by Landmark Bank. Students entered the nonprofessional division, which was open to anyone 18 or older who does not currently pursue sales in photography.
Winners' photography was on display from Oct. 12 - 23 in the Landmark Bank branch at 801 E. Broadway. Winners in the professional, nonprofessional and young visions (17 and younger) were selected by a professional judge, Olivia Lah-Gonzoles, director for the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis. The popular choice award winner was selected by visitor votes.
Nonprofessional Division Winners:
Second place: Jacqueline S. Leonard, Boonville, Mo.
Honorable Mention: Alexis Doggert, Columbia, Mo. Damion Riley, Columbia, Mo. Darrin Salberg, Columbia, Mo.
Popular Choice Award: Todd Berchek, Columbia, Mo.
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