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r Santaquin City is happy to announce the 2016 overall winner of its “What Do You Love About Santaquin?” Photo Contest. Katie Blake’s winning photo of beautiful spring blossoms in front of the city’s welcome sign was voted the best of the year. Blake was awarded a $500 prize basket.

The “What Do You Love About Santaquin?” Photo Contest is in its second year and has been a great success, exhibiting wonderful photos of the beautiful community of Santaquin. Residents can enter up to three photos a month, which are judged on originality, artistic composition, technical quality, photographic technique and relevance to the city. Monthly winners receive a $50 gift card to local merchants or a $50 credit against their utility bill. Overall winners receive a $500 gift basket of merchandise and gift cards from local businesses.

Congratulations Katie Blake for being Santaquin City’s 2016 winner. Blake is shown with Santaquin Mayor Kirk Hunsaker.

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For residents of Santaquin, enter your photos in 2017 via email: photocontest@santaquin.org

Congratulations Katie Blake for being Santaquin City’s 2016 winner. Blake is shown with Santaquin Mayor Kirk Hunsaker.

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