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Plainfield Photographers Contest

Anttix Partners With Community

Plainfield Harvest 5k

From website design for small and medium-sized businesses, to efficient applications for entire school districts, Anttix provides the quality internet presence that the region demands. Anttix also understands that, in order to return client loyalty, a business must give back to its community. This has been a key component of the Anttix mission since the company's inception. Most recently, Anttix showed its support for the Plainfield area by becoming an emerald sponsor in the Edward Plainfield Harvest 5K Run.

On September 26, runners and walkers left Village Green Park for a 5K race through the heart of Plainfield's historic district. Children's events were held as well, bringing entire families out to share in this healthy, fun experience. (Detailed race results, including names and time rankings, are currently posted on the Plainfield Harvest 5K website.) The true winners, however, are the local charities and community service organizations that benefited from a portion of the race's proceeds. Participants, like the sponsors, were eager to contribute to worthy causes.

Anttix is proud to share in opportunities to serve its community. Just ask the Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce. Not only does the Chamber trust their web design needs to Anttix, but they, too, have welcomed Anttix as a partner in various community events during the past year, including Plainfield Expo and the Young Photographer's Contest.

Anttix also continues to play an active role in Conservation Plainfield. This unified corporate venture meets on a regular basis to discuss ecological issues and promote responsible environmental awareness through outreach based initiatives. Members realize that together, small efforts can make a big difference to local residents and businesses.

Win-win results are achieved when a business values its clientèle and the local community. Anttix looks forward to expanding its communal involvement as a positive influence for a positive future.


Plainfield Chamber & Anttix Announce Contest Winners

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The Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce and Anttix, Inc. (a website and marketing company) are pleased to announce the winners of the First Annual Young Photographers Contest.

This year’s contest theme was “Plainfield through your eyes”, which assigned District 202 students to take photographs of Plainfield, Illinois. Each student brought his/her unique perspective of the vibrant and rapidly growing town. Winners were then chosen by the Plainfield Chamber board members.

Submissions from the top seven finalists will be on rotation at The grand prize winner and first and second place winners will be honored at the Plainfield Chamber awards luncheon on July 21, where they will receive certificates, prizes, and framed prints of their submissions. Invitations will be sent to each of the winners’ schools in the coming weeks.

We would like to extend a special thanks to all participating students, faculty, and administration for making this contest a success.

Grand Prize- Kayla Malone (Plainfield Central High School)
First Place- Katelynn Eppenstein (Plainfield Central High School)
Second Place- Hiba Mohiuddin (Plainfield East High School)

Honorable Mention
Kitty Chung (Plainfield East High School)
Kristen Driscol (Plainfield North High School)
Jamie Paczkowski (Plainfield East High School)
Sarah Palya (Plainfield Central High School)