Ryan Dyck's winning card.

City hall picks winning card design

Ryan Dyck is this year’s winner of the City of Chilliwack’s annual Christmas Card Contest.

Ryan Dyck is this year’s winner of the City of Chilliwack’s annual Christmas Card Contest. His submission received the most votes from city staff. Dyck wins $250 and a framed copy of his winning entry.

A longtime resident of Chilliwack, Dyck has been photographing in the Fraser Valley for approximately 10 years. He loves to shoot scenic nature, wildlife, lights/neon and smoke photography. Over the years, he has received accolades including the Mt. Cheam photograph for the Canadian Monopoly Board, first place for the nature section of the Friends of the Library Photo Contest, placing second and receiving honourable mentions at the Saskatoon Exhibition. Dyck is an active member of the Chilliwack Camera Club and has his photos on display at the library from time to time.

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