Harris to feature winning pictures in Lansing office
State Rep. Mike Harris on Thursday announced a district photo contest during the months of April and May.
Harris, R-Waterford, will choose three pictures to display in his office. The contest is open to residents of the 52nd House District, which includes the cities of Lake Angelus and Clarkston, Independence Township, and portions of Springfield and Waterford townships. Photos must be taken in the 52nd District.
“My Lansing office is open to serve the people of north-central Oakland County, and I want everyone who visits to see the places and scenes that make our community the great place it is,” Harris said. “I encourage local residents to capture what they love about our community and submit their photos.”
Contestants must submit their photos via email to [email protected] by 5 p.m. on June 5. Submissions should include the participant’s name, address, and contact information, as well as the date and location of the photo.
In June, Harris will select the winning photographs to feature in his office. He will also invite winning contestants to Lansing. “I look forward to seeing all the beautiful photos of our community and hosting the winners in Lansing,” Harris said.
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