Wen met DBV se fotokompetisie

11 January 2018 | Social Issues

Met die begin van die nuwe jaar, skop die Dierebeskermingsvereniging (DBV) van Windhoek 2018 met 'n kompetisie af.

Die fotokompetisie stel diereliefhebbers en troeteldiereienaars instaat om te wys hoe lief hulle hul viervoetige vriende het. “Dit gaan oor geluk, liefde, vriendelikheid en trots tussen jou en jou troeteldier,” sê Monique Redecker, uitvoerende hoof van die DBV.

Die kompetisie begin op 15 Januarie en sluit op 28 Februarie. Elke troeteldier mag net een keer ingeskryf word. Foto's kan met 'n selfoon of kamera geneem word. Die gehalte van die foto is nie die grootste faktor nie en gaan dit meer oor hoe die liefde vir jou troeteldier oorgedra word.

Inskrywings kos N$100. Die wenners sal op 10 Maart bekend gemaak word. Prysgeld van N$1000 vir die eerste plek, N$600 en N$400 vir onderskeidelik die tweede en derde plekke is op die spel.

Die foto en bewys van betaling moet saam met jou en jou troeteldier se naam, hoekom jy jou troeteldier lief het en hoeveel waarde hul in jou lewe toevoeg, aan [email protected] gestuur word.

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