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Town Times Facebook photo contest


Spring is here (hopefully), and Town Times is getting ready to jump into the season with a photo contest.

Send in your best seasonal photo, to be used as the cover photo on our Facebook page.

Photo should be a horizontal shot and should be recognizable as taken in the community. The picture can be outdoors or indoors, with or without people in it, and can be in either color or black and white — use your imagination. We will collect photos until April 18, when a winner will be selected. Follow us on Facebook to see some of the entries.

The winner will receive a notice informing him or her that the winning photo will be featured in the paper as well as on our Facebook page.

E-mail (digital format) photos to: Weeklies@Record-Journal.com. State the date, location, and name of any people/event depicted in the photo. Good luck!



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