People vote for Larsen

The voting is completed and the ballots have been tabulated.

Mother’s Pride by John Sanzana finished second at the Comox Valley Camera Club's People Choice Award voting.

The voting is completed and the ballots have been tabulated.

The People’s Choice Award winners for Showcase 2011, put on by the Comox Valley Camera Club, are:

First place — Embers, photographed by Jennifer Larsen.

Second place — Mother’s Pride, photographed by John Sanzana.

Third place (tie) — Medieval Gate, photographed by Bert Badey.

Third place (tie) — After Hours, photographed by Yvonne Racine.

Interested people aged 19 and older are welcome to attend CVCC  meetings at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month (September through June) in the all-purpose room at Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School at 1551 Lerwick in Courtenay.

On its website, the CVCC says members can expect interactive photo sessions, informative educational presentations and guest speakers as well as local and out-of-town field trips.

There are also two social events each year – one in the summer and one for the holiday season in December.

“These are well-attended, fun events that bring our members closer to one another,” the club says.

Visit for more detailed information.

— Comox Valley Camera Club


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