Gazette hosts photo contest

Do you want to win a $25 gift certificate to Contact Photo Arts and get your photo in the newspaper and online?

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Do you want to win a $25 gift certificate to Contact Photo Arts and get your photo in the newspaper and online?

Last month after a storm dropped over a foot of snow, the Gazette hosted an impromptu photo contest. It went over so well, we’re hosting another one about the Family Day holiday.

Submit any photo taken during this coming long weekend that says, “THIS is family!” Email it to editor@grandforksgazette.ca with “Photo contest” in the subject line, and include your name (and short caption if you wish); or drop off a print to the Gazette office at 7330 Second St. by Thursday morning.

Gazette staff will pick a winner Thursday.

Good luck, and above all, enjoy the Family Day holiday!

 

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