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Winners named in annual Photo Contest

Posted on June 30, 2009

TORRANCE, Calif. — The fifth edition of SCHOOL BUS FLEET’s annual Photo Contest drew dozens of eye-catching shots from across the pupil transportation community.

This time around, we did away with the categories and opened it up to all types of school bus-related shots. The top entries, as judged by our editorial staff, will appear in a pictorial feature in the August issue of SBF.

Here are the winners (who each raked in $100) and honorable mentions:

Winners

  • Rebecca Hatfield, Greenville (Ohio) City Schools
  • Constantine Turner, Fulton County (Ga.) Schools
  • Andy Eaton, Frederick County (Va.) Public Schools

     

    Honorable mentions

  • Bryan Kent, Voyageur Bus Co., Duluth, Minn.
  • Bobby Lane, Troup County (Ga.) Schools
  • Karen Gullett, Montgomery County (Ky.) Public Schools
  • Scott Thorner, Star and Strand Transportation Inc., Troy, N.Y.
  • Debbie Hallinan, Bear Valley Unified School District, Big Bear Lake, Calif.
  • Harley Pinson, Paulding County (Ga.) School District
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