The best morning surprise...Love Rossland

AND THE WINNER IS……

Michaela Machackova is the winner of the Rossland News’ Reader Photo Contest.

A big thank you for all the likes and votes in the People’s Choice award. The winner of our Rossland News Snow Storm photo contest is Michaela Machackova with her photo “The best morning surpirse…Love Rossland.” Congratulations Michaela.

Last Monday, the Rossland News asked its readers to submit a photo of the large snowfall. The photo could be of anything, as long as it involved the snow that fell that day.

From pets, to kids, buried cars and scenic shots, local photographers snapped away.

“The best morning surpirse…Love Rossland,” was the comment that accompanied Machackova’s winning photo which received the most likes on Facebook.

Machackova will now receive a $25 gift certificate to the Alpine Grind.

Thanks to everyone who participated.

 

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