Sunday, October 25

Timothy Price takes home first prize

It was hard for Timothy Price to believe what he saw near the Hazleton Shopping Center. As per his words, there was a whole entire fence-line of litter back there - almost two-hundred feet of garbage —cans, shopping bags, cardboard and all other things. Price took a photo and named it “Fenced Out,” and gave it to Pennsylvania Resources Council’s Lens on Litter Contest 2015. Recently he came to now that his snapshot got the first prize in the Student Division of the contest. Other area winners were Andrew Yenchick, who won 3rd spot in the student category, and Anthony Sidari, who claimed the second spot in the adult category. The Pennsylvania Resources Council has arranged the contest on a yearly basis since the year 1984, and they asks photographs to showcase how this threatens safet