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December 10, 2013 at 9:55 AM

Fort Morgan, CO. 12/9/13.  Morgan Community College is now distributing the 2014 poster calendar. ThisImage: Thunderstorm rolling across the plains. year’s calendar features a thunderstorm rolling across the plains, the photograph was taken near Highway 52 and Morgan County Road W north of Fort Morgan. Posters are available for free at all MCC locations.

This year’s photo contest winner, photographer Corey Gibson of Fort Morgan, is a former MCC student. His work can be seen online at http://coreygibson.net.

The calendar project, which began in 1996, represents the entire MCC service area in eastern Colorado. “Seventy five photographs were submitted for this year’s contest. We’re thrilled to see the wide representation of eastern Colorado reflected in this year’s entries,” said project coordinator Katie Barron.

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