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April 10, 2014

Hometown Snapshots: Derrick Days photo contest announced

Corsicana — The Corsicana My Hometown group is excited to announce its “Spotlight on Derrick Days Photo Contest” that will give local photographers a chance to share their best shots of this year’s Derrick Days activities and events.

The contest is open from Saturday, April 19, through Saturday, May 3, 2014. At the end of the entry period, the photos will be displayed on in the Corsicana My Hometown Facebook group page, where visitors to the site can vote on their favorite photos.

The best three photos (based on the number of Facebook “Likes” each photo receives) will be awarded cash prizes. The first place photographer will receive $100; $50 will be award for second place, and $25 for the third place entry.

The contest is open to everyone. Submitted photos need to be from this year's Derrick Days activities and events, and they should follow common sense standards regarding content decency.

Up to three photos can be submitted per participant. Those wishing to enter can do so by sending an email with the photos to contest@mycorsicana.com.

Corsicana My Hometown is a group that formed in July 2013 with the incentive to be the information, nostalgia and sharing center of a place many hold dear in their hearts - Corsicana, Texas. We are striving to connect former and present Corsicanians and bring them together in our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mycorsicana/

The only requirement to join the group is that you have an active Facebook account and request to join. Group membership is not required to enter the photo contest, however you will need to be a group member to see all photos to be displayed in May of 2014 and also to vote on them.

For a full contest description and rules please go to http://contest.mycorsicana.com/

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