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25th Annual Photo Contest

2024 Calendar Winners:

WINNERS:

  • 3rd Place Winner: #14 50 Years Slaterettes Girls Baseball - Robert J. Matusik -Brentwood, TN 
  • 2nd Place Winner: #6 Peaceful Levitation - Jamie Robinson - Providence, RI
  • 1st Place Winner: Shared Reflections: A Family Moment of Connection and Wonder in Pawtucket- Sarah Seelbach - Pawtucket, RI
  • Mayor’s Choice Award: Connecting Pawtucket to Boston - Kimberly O’Connor - Cumberland, RI
  • Honorable Mentions: 
    • #2 Dreaming and Connecting with Childhood Memories
    • #16 Keep Moving Forward
    • #23 A Path to Clarity
    • #11 Portal…..A glimpse of gem from the past, awaiting its future
    • #9 Standing Proudly Crossing Our Children
    • #10 Quality Hill is Hopping !
    • #13 Kayak Connection
    • #25 Heading for the Pollen

Submitted Images for the 2024 Calendar

All photographs posted on this site for the City of Pawtucket Photo Contest are on display as part of the City's Annual Photo Contest exhibit and are on this site strictly for viewing and are not in the public domain.  Photographs are not to be reproduced, copied or used  in any form without seeking permission from the photographer.

SUBMITTED PHOTOS ARE CURRENTLY BEING ADDED AND FORMATTED.

 About the Contest:

This annual contest provides an opportunity to bring awareness to the daily life, historic locations and the ever changing landscape of Pawtucket through the lens of a camera. The contest is open to residents and non-residents alike, but the photo must be taken in Pawtucket. After a public call for photo contest themes was advertised, “Uniquely Pawtucket” submitted by Sandy Benson of Pawtucket was selected for this year’s photo theme. Scroll to the bottom for more information 

Because of the restrictions for safety issues on public spaces, group gatherings and distancing, all photo submissions were accepted on line this year, and all submitted photos will be on ‘exhibit’ on the City of Pawtucket website.  This will allow participants to safely submit photos for this annual exhibit. 

Submissions: 

#1 Art by Ariel Cruz & the Newly renovated downtown through photography

Linda Nilan - Pawtucket, RI

#2 Connecting to Childhood Memories

Janice Evonska - Providence, RI

#3 Shared Solace

Louise Zacharie - Cumberland, RI

#4  Shared Reflections  A Family Moment of Connection and Wonder in Pawtucket     

Sarah Seelbach - Pawtucket, RI

#5 Day 1, Night 1 - January 23, 2023 

Rich Davis - Hillsboro, OH

#6  Peaceful Levitation

Jamie Robinson - Providence, RI

#7  Sunrise in the Bucket

Heidi Gudmundson - Pawtucket, RI

#8 The Beauty of the Small City

Daimie Desire - Pawtucket, RI

#9  Standing Proudly Crossing Our Children

Alan Lamontagne - Pawtucket, RI

#10 Quality Hill is hopping!

Mary Healey - Pawtucket, RI

#11  Portal...a glimpse of a gem from the past, awaiting its future   

Cheryl Babiec - Pawtucket, RI

#12 Bridges

Steven Morse - Pawtucket, RI

#13 Kayak Connection

Janette Greenwood - Pawtucket, RI

#14 50 Years Slaterettes Girls Baseball

Robert J. Matusik - Brentwood, TN.

#15 Blissful Morning at the Farm

D-Lynne   -  Pawtucket, RI

#16 Keep Moving Forward

Kathy Frechette - Pawtucket, RI

#17 Connecting With William Blackstone

Kathy Sawka - Cumberland, RI

#18 Beautiful Hand Painted Proud Peacock !!

Joe Zabe - Central Falls

#19 Tee time at Pawtucket Country Club

Nicholle Boisclair - Pawtucket, RI

#20 Patriotic Pup

Mark Francis - Pawtucket, RI

#21 Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Alec Martin - Pawtucket, RI

#22 Bright Bridge

Edgar Leitao, Jr. - Pawtucket, RI

#23 A Pathway to Clarity

David A. Chapman - Pawtucket, RI.

#24 The Blackstone River in Downtown Pawtucket

Mark Humphrey - Pawtucket, RI

#25 Heading for the Pollen

Shirley Ward - Pawtucket, RI

#26 Molly Connecting with Nature

Herb Weiss - Pawtucket, RI

#27 Connecting Pawtucket to Boston

Kim O'Connor - Cumberland, RI

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