Watertown Savings Seeks Entries for High School Photography Contest

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"Dog Park" by Watertown's Kian Rice won the Watertown Savings Bank Photo Contest. It will be featured in the bank's calendar.

“Dog Park” by Watertown’s Kian Rice won the 2017 Watertown Savings Bank Photo Contest. The bank seeks entries for the 2018 contest.

Watertown Savings Bank (WSB) is seeking submissions for their Annual High School Photography contest, bank officials announced. If you are a high school student who lives or attends school in Arlington, Belmont, Lexington, Newton, Waltham, and Watertown you are eligible to participate.

The 12 winning photographs will be published in the bank’s 2019 calendar, which is distributed free to thousands of WSB customers and community members annually. WSB is looking for photos that depict scenes from the local community.

Entries must be submitted by Sunday, April 15 at midnight. Go to www.watertownsavings.com/photo to enter.

In addition to appearing in the 2019 calendar, all winning photographs will be exhibited throughout the WSB branch network on their lobby digital screens. The Bank will also host an award ceremony to recognize the winners and distribute the awards.

All winners will receive Amazon gift cards; first place winner receives $500; second place $300; third place $200; and the nine honorable mentions each receive a $100 gift card.

For more information, please contact the Bank’s community relations department at 617-928-2336 or email: kcronin@watertownsavings.com.

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