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Landmark Commission Announces Photo Contest Winners

Fifth Annual Contest Celebrates Preservation Month

Dateline: May 3, 2017 - The Shaker Heights Landmark Commission announces winners of the fifth annual Preservation Month photo contest after reviewing 75 entries from 30 photographers. Created in 2013, the contest honors National Preservation Month, which is celebrated each May by preservation organizations across the country.

Submitted photographs display the beauty of the City’s natural and built environments while featuring a variety of architectural styles and city icons. “The winners highlight the subtle details that make Shaker so visually rich and showcase beloved buildings in a new light,” says Ann Klavora, principal planner for the City. “As always, it was a pleasure receiving and reviewing the submissions.”

The Commission selected winners in each of three announced categories.

PARKS & PUBLIC SPACES
First Place—Winter Blues, Gretchen Gaede
Runner-Up— Shaker Lakes, Dave Berlekamp

BUILDINGS
First Place— Shaker Library, Paul Markowicz
Runner-Up— Alumnus Pt. 1, Josh Jacobs

MORELAND NEIGHBORHOOD
First Place— Chelton Road, Paul Markowicz
Runner-Up—Reflections on Lee, Michael Anne Johnson

Winning photos can be viewed at bit.ly/lcphotocontest2017 and will be published in the Summer issue of Shaker Life magazine. Contact Christian Roadman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 216-491-1433 with any questions.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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