Students’ Photos Featured in Bank of Marin Calendar

Check out the stunning Marin photography by local youths that was selected for the Bank of Marin's 2013 calendar.

Nine Marin students had photos selected to be in the 2013 calendar distributed by Novato-based Bank of Marin. 

Fairfax resident Gracie Ross, who attends and San Anselmo resident Jackson Karlenzig, who attends Sir Francis Drake High School, will each have one photo in the 2013 calendar. Karlenzig submitted a photo of the Inverness Yacht Club and Ross’ selected photo is a close-up of a boat in a Sausalito harbor.

Other Marin students with photos in the calendar will include; Larkspur resident Lena Felton, who attends Marin Academy; Redwood High Student Keever Mulligan, of Larkspur; San Rafael residents Angela Begg and Morgan Rich, who both attend Marin Catholic High School; San Rafael residents Emily Rutherford and Emily Lane, who attend San Rafael High School; and Tamalpais High School student Sam Gates, of Mill Valley.

Petaluma resident Ryan Scherer, who attends Casa Grande High School, and Sonoma resident Amy Cogbill, who attends Sonoma Valley High School, were other winners from the North Bay.

Students submitted close to 100 images and judges at the Bank of Marin made the final selection.

This was the third year the bank has worked with photography teachers and students at North Bay high schools to select images for the calendar.

Bank of Marin will donate $100 to each participating high school for the purchase of photography supplies and equipment. Sonoma Valley High School will receive an additional contribution, as their student’s photo was selected for the bank’s holiday card. The 2013 community calendars will be available for free at all Bank of Marin branches and via www.bankofmarin.com.

Tina McMillan January 02, 2013 at 04:06 AM
What a wonderful idea. Great pictures too!
Novato Resident January 02, 2013 at 06:30 PM
Nicely done ALL!!!


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