Vote on the best Sequim Irrigation Festival photo!

THIS YEAR MARKED the 116th anniversary of the Irrigation Festival (which concluded last weekend), and to celebrate this milestone, Sequim This Week — a weekly newspaper published by the Peninsula Daily News for residents in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley — is having an online contest to find the best digital photo taken at the festival.

The contest is sponsored by Sequim Lavender Festival, Jamestown Family Health Clinic and Dungeness Valley Insurance/Allstate.

We have a host of entries posted at www.sequimthisweek.com — and we’d like you to vote on the best photo.

To vote, go to www.sequimthisweek.com, then click on the “Sequim Irrigation Festival Photo Contest” box on the upper right side of the page, then “View Entries.”

You can vote up to five times per day between now and 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 1.

Sequim This Week will award a prize — a scrumptious dining gift certificate for breakfast for two at Tarcisio’s “The Italian Grill” — to the photographer whose photo receives the most votes.

In addition, the winning photograph will be published in Sequim This Week.

If you have any questions, email Brenda Hanrahan at [email protected], or phone her at 360-460-2124.

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