“Châteauguay… what a story!” photo contest winners announced
Published on 27 September 2021
Châteauguay, September 27, 2021 – Ville de Châteauguay, in collaboration with the Maison LePailleur, announced the winners of the “Châteauguay… what a story!” photo contest during the exhibition opening, which was organized as part of the Journées de la culture at the historical site of the old Maison Gravel on September 25.
This year, the participants were asked to share their vision of the city on the theme of “50 parks, 50 visions” in reference to the major renovation works that were carried out in the parks over the summer. 39 photos were selected for the exhibition from the 78 photos submitted. The jury chose three prize-winning works from these photos based on their technical quality, originality and relevance of the subject. Dennis McFern was awarded first place for his photo called “Misty sunrise overlooking Parc de la Commune”. He won a $350 prize. Joseph Letendre was awarded second place and a $250 prize for his photo called “Stairway to the unknown”. Émilie Lauzon won third place and a $150 prize for her photo called “Scenic walk”. In addition, Sacha Haineault was awarded honourable mention “Coup de coeur” for his photo “A giant in the peace and quiet”. He won two tickets for Louis-Jean Cormier show.
In addition to this public recognition of their talent, the winners will have the privilege of seeing their works published in Châteauguay’s communication tools.
The exhibition will continue until November 30, 2021, at the historical site of the old Maison Gravel (54, boul. Salaberry Sud). Entry to the exhibition venue is free at all times.
The “Châteauguay… what a story!” photo contest organized annually by Ville de Châteauguay in collaboration with the Maison LePailleur offers amateur and professional photographers the opportunity to share their love of the city and its beauty in a photo contest and outdoor exhibition.