Mill City Historic Railroad Bridge Photo Contest
Winning photos will be displayed at the City of Mill City and Marion County Public Works!
ill City hosted a photo contest to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mill City's Historic Railroad Bridge.
Marion County Public Works and the Save Our Bridge Committee of M
Contestants were allowed to enter up to two photos for each category: natural setting, architectural features, community life, and seasonal. The deadline for entries was Wednesday, August 14, 2019, by 5:30 p.m.
The panel of judges will select the five winning photographs based on overall quality, creativity, and how well the photograph portrays the bridge in the four categories. The judging panel includes Colm Willis, Marion County Commissioner; Dr. Michelle Pies, Santiam Hospital; Todd Miller, superintendent of Santiam Canyon School District; Ken Cartwright, station manager and programming director of KYAC 94.9 FM; and, Brian Nicholas, director of Marion County Public Works.
Winning contestants will receive their awards at Mill City's Historic Railroad Bridge Centennial Celebration on Saturday, September 14, 2019, in Mill City,
where their photos will be framed and put on display. Following the celebration, these photographs will also be displayed at the City of Mill City and Marion County Public Works offices.
The four category winners will receive a $125 cash prize and the Grand Prize winner will receive a $500 cash prize, which was generously donated by Santiam Hospital in Stayton.
For more information, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org. You can learn more about the history of the bridge by visiting the
Save Our Bridge website.