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Post seeks volunteers for ‘Day in the Life’ section

The Salisbury Post is planning to publish our Day in the Life section this month, and we need volunteers to take photographs in our area on Thursday, July 10.
Each summer the Post puts together the Day in the Life section with the goal of depicting a 24-hour period in the life of this area. From midnight to midnight, people take photographs of area residents going about their daily lives ó from working in the fields to swimming in pools and singing in Bible school.
If you are an amateur photographer and would like to contribute to the Day in the Life section, please register by contacting Wayne Hinshaw, chief of photography, at whinshaw@salisburypost.com by the end of the day on Friday, July 4. Please provide your name, address, e-mail address and phone number.
We ask that participating photographers use digital cameras and have the ability to communicate by e-mail and to access our Web site, www.salisburypost.com. Those who sign up to take photos will receive further instructions through e-mail.
We may not be able to use everyone’s photographs, but we will strive to publish as many as possible.

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