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Somerville residents win prizes in "Your Inspired Moments" photo contest

Posted by Christina Jedra  February 14, 2013 10:00 AM

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From right to left: Mark Tracy, Senior Vice President, Cambridge Savings Bank; Karen Kindle, Executive Vice President of Retail and Business Banking, Cambridge Savings Bank; Finalist Joshua Pickering of Somerville; and Doug Faithfull, Executive Vice President, Chief Lending Officer, Cambridge Savings Bank.

The following was submitted by the Cambridge Saving Bank: 

Cambridge Saving Bank recently announced three Somerville residents were named winners in the “Your Inspired Moments” Facebook photo contest.  Christopher Sweet, Irina Medvedev, and Joshua Pickering received a prize from Hunt’s Photo and Video, including a gift certificate and framed print of the submitted photo.

A total of 119 photographers submitted original, creative photos of places, people and images that inspire them. More than 2,000 people voted on CSB’s Facebook page to determine the 20 best entries.  Voters were encouraged to consider originality and creativity of entries, emotion conveyed by the images, overall composition, and the “Your Inspired Moments” theme.  

All photographers who entered the “Your Inspired Moments” contest were honored at a reception at CSB’s Harvard Square banking center.  

To view all of the photos submitted, visit: https://www.cambridgesavings.com/inspiredmoments

About Cambridge Savings Bank

Cambridge Savings Bank is a full-service financial institution with $2.3 billion in assets that is committed to improving the quality of life in the communities it serves.  One of the oldest and largest community banks in Massachusetts, CSB offers a full line of individual and business banking services and has 16 banking centers located in Cambridge, Acton, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Concord, Lexington, Newton Centre, Newtonville and Watertown. For more information about Cambridge Savings Bank, go to: www.cambridgesavings.com.

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