Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy is hosting its third annual photo literacy contest.
The contest is really simple you take a picture of someone using his or her literacy skills.
So what are literacy skills, those are the skills you use when you’re reading, writing and using math skills.
This could be a cashier at one of Williams Lake stores ringing up your order or your friend reading the Tribune/Advisor newspaper while having their morning coffee, you decide.
Grab your camera and start taking pictures of your children, friends, co-workers, and neighbors.
Have your pictures show us what literacy means to you. Have fun.
The contest will run from Friday, Nov. 1 to Saturday, Nov. 30.
The contest has three prizes available for the three best photos.
There is a prize for the best adult (over 18 years), for a child (under 18 years) and a random third prize.
Everyone is encouraged to enter.
Once you have your photo email it to firstname.lastname@example.org as a full jpeg, meaning you send your photo in its original size.
If you are sending a photograph by regular mail send it to M. Newcombe, P.O. Box 48, 108 Mile Ranch, B.C., V0K 2Z0.
All photos will be published on the CCPL’s website at www.caribooliteracy.com. All photos will be property of CCPL for promotional use.
Do not send photos to the Williams Lake Tribune.
The photos must identify the person or persons in the photo and you must submit their (first and last names) left to right. The person or persons in the photo must agree to have his or her name published. The winners of the photo literature contest names will be in the Tribune in mid-December.
We look forward to seeing your photos and good luck to everyone.
Melody Newcombe is a literacy support worker.