Reston Association has chosen Tricia Holman-Pierce’s video Life as a Reston Canine as the Grand Prize winner of it My Community Video Contest.
Holman-Pierce tells the story of all there is to do in Reston — the lakes, ice skating at Reston Town Center, and dining at Lake Anne among them — through the eyes of her French Bulldog.
RA kicked off the contest last summer, when it asked for three-minute videos showing why you liked to Live, Work, Play and Get Involved in Reston.
Holman-Pierce will win a $1,000 prize
Reston Association will recognize and congratulate the winners of the My Community video contest at the Annual Members’ Meeting on Tuesday, April 8.
- Juliette Rossant: Moon Viewing Platform – 2nd Place
- Emily Marquet: Leave that Little Old Farm Market Alone – Honorable Mention
- Elizabeth Scheurer: Reston Mural Movie – Honorable Mention
- Taylor Mauceri: Reston: A Place to Live – Honorable Mention
- Steve Jones: Why Our Family Loves Reston – Honorable Mention
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