Lisle Park District names photo contest winners

Lisle Park District names photo contest winners

  • Lisle High School student Joey Chan captured first place in Lisle Park District's 2018 photo contest for his image titled "Don't Be Ordinary," taken at the skate park in Community Park.

    Lisle High School student Joey Chan captured first place in Lisle Park District's 2018 photo contest for his image titled "Don't Be Ordinary," taken at the skate park in Community Park. Courtesy Lisle Park District

  • Scarlett Winterburn took second place for her photo, "Darling at Depot Days," taken at The Museums at Lisle Station Park.

    Scarlett Winterburn took second place for her photo, "Darling at Depot Days," taken at The Museums at Lisle Station Park. Courtesy Lisle Park District

  • Cindi Aber captured the "First Day of Fall" in Community Park and took third place.

    Cindi Aber captured the "First Day of Fall" in Community Park and took third place. Courtesy Lisle Park District

  • Dana Mali finished fourth with "No Bites. No Problem" at Community Park.

    Dana Mali finished fourth with "No Bites. No Problem" at Community Park. Courtesy Lisle Park District

 
Submitted by Lisle Park District
Updated 1/24/2019 9:31 AM

Lisle Park District recently announced the winners of its 2018 "Capture Lisle Parks and Recreation Photography Contest."

Participants were asked to submit photographs taken at any district parks, facilities, events or programs in the past year.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The first-place award was presented to Lisle High School student Joey Chan, whose mother accepted on his behalf, for his original photograph, "Don't Be Ordinary," taken at the skate park in Lisle Community Park. Joey's photo is now on display at the Lisle Park District Recreation Center, 1925 Ohio St.

Second place was awarded to Scarlett Winterburn for her fun "Darling at Depot Days" photograph, taken during the Depot Days event at The Museums at Lisle Station Park.

Cindi Aber, who beautifully captured the "First Day of Fall" in Community Park, was the third-place winner.

Last, but not least, fourth place went to Dana Mali and her portrayal of a day fishing at Community Park with "No Bites. No Problem."

All four photographs can be seen in the 2019 Lisle Park District winter/spring brochure and on the Lisle Park District website at lisleparkdistrict.org/photographycontest.

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The district is encouraging residents to keep their cameras ready and participate from now through October in its 2019 photo contest. All pictures must be taken at a district park, facility, event or program.

To learn how you can participate, visit lisleparkdistrict.org/photographycontest for contest rules, submission guidelines and additional information.

For more information about the park district, call (630) 964-3410 or visit lisleparkdistrict.org.

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