Iroquois Pipeline Operating Co. invites all amateur photographers residing in an Iroquois host town or city — including Shelton — to submit a photograph of a spring, summer, fall or winter scene taken in a New York or Connecticut county in which the Iroquois Pipeline is located.
Winning entries will be featured in the 2015 Iroquois calendar. One $500 grand prize will be awarded for the cover photo, and 12 $250 prizes for each calendar month photo.
Iroquois produces a public safety and community-focused annual calendar that is provided free of charge to residents, businesses, public officials and emergency responders.
Deadline for entries is Aug. 1. Get contest rules and entry information at www.iroquois.com/contest.
Pipeline begins in Canada
Iroquois owns a 416-mile natural gas pipeline that goes from the U.S.-Canadian border in upstate New York, through Connecticut, to Long Island and the Bronx. The pipeline opened in 1991.
Locally, Iroquois has facilities in Shelton, Monroe and Milford.
In Connecticut, the pipeline travels through three counties — Litchfield (New Milford), Fairfield (Sherman, Brookfield, Newtown, Monroe, Shelton), and New Haven (Milford).