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“Take a Peek” at the Peekskill Printlife Photo Exhibition on Saturday, January 4

Peekskill City Manager Richard Leins; City of Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey; and Shara Hyams, Director of Marketing, Photofinishing at Fujifilm North America Corporation; at the opening reception for the Take a Peek: Peekskill Printlife Photo Exhibition held recently at the Peekskill Central Firehouse

The City of Peekskill and FUJIFILM North America Corporation hosted an opening reception on December 12 for the Take a Peek: Peekskill Printlife Photo Exhibition at the award-winning Peekskill Central Firehouse. The culmination of an open call for photos launched earlier in the fall, the exhibit features 100 images from those who live and work in the City.

Showcasing photographers of all skill levels and backgrounds, the photo exhibit is the first partnership between the City of Peekskill and the Westchester County-headquartered FUJIFILM North America Corporation. The Peekskill display follows FUJIFILM’s second Printlife Photo Exhibition in Grand Central Terminal — a nationwide initiative showcasing more than 13,000 images from all parts of the country – and is the company’s first Printlife exhibit in Westchester County.

The Take a Peek: Peekskill Printlife Photo Exhibition is currently housed in the lobby of the Peekskill Central Firehouse (1141 Main Street) and open to view on Saturday, January 4 from noon to 5 p.m. It will travel to City Hall later this month. Call 914-737-3400 for more information.

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