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Ethan Smyke, First Place Winner

2018 HS Photo Contest Winners

WATERTOWN, July 2018—Twelve winners have been chosen in Watertown Savings Bank’s (WSB) Annual High School Photo Contest. More than 370 photos were submitted from 200 different students who live or attend high school in: Arlington, Belmont, Lexington, Newton, Waltham, and Watertown. The winning photographs will appear in WSB’s 2019 calendar, available to bank customers each November. A panel of judges composed of WSB staff selected the winners.     

Ethan Smyke, Beaver Country Day School freshman and Watertown resident, is the First Place winner for his photo, appearing with November in the 2019 calendar. Second Place is awarded to Eliana Kimmelmann, Newton South High School freshman, for her photo which will appear with March. Alexia Marriott, Waltham High School freshman, won Third Place for her February photo.  

Honorable Mentions were awarded to nine students, including four Waltham High School students: senior Amy Benoit for her September photo; Hailey Hunt, a sophomore, for July; sophomore Ella Matthews for August; and sophomore Isabella Meconiates for December. Two Watertown High School students: senior Emily Koufos for her June photo; and sophomore Anais Markwood for May.

Also receiving honorable mentions: Belmont High School senior Haley Brown for her January photo; Chapel Hill – Chauncy Hall School Senior Yuchen Zha for his October photo; and Lexington High School sophomore Hein Coonen for his April photo.

The winning photos will also be featured on WSB’s new website; social media pages; and digital signage throughout their branches. For more information, please call WSB’s community relations office at 617-928-2336.

To see the full photo album of the 2018 high school photo contest winners, please visit our Facebook page

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