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Frederick woman's photo wins contest for 2016 travel guide

Winning photo by Michelle Kinder, submitted to Great Plains Country's contest Winning photo by Michelle Kinder, submitted to Great Plains Country's contest
Left to right:  Haley Hoover, Michelle Kinder, Jessica Henderson Left to right: Haley Hoover, Michelle Kinder, Jessica Henderson

FREDERICK, Okla._Great Plains Country has announced the winner of the “Nothing’ But Color” photo contest.

Michelle Kinder of Frederick was announced as the contest’s winner and will have her photo featured on the cover of the 2016 Southwest Oklahoma travel guide, which is produced and distributed by Great Plains Country. Roughly 80,000 copies of the 2016 travel guide will be distributed across the nation. The travel guide will also be in Oklahoma Travel Information Centers across the state.

Kinder also won a gift basket from Southwest Oklahoma vendors.

Forty photos were submitted to the contest and a committee narrowed the choices down to five. Great Plains Country board members then chose the winning photo. Of the five photos to make it to the second round, Kinder submitted two of them; Michelle Wood, Cordell Kay Elesner and Lillian Shafer submitted the others.

Great Plains Country thanks everyone who entered the photo contest.

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