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Enter 'Worst Winter Holiday Photo' contest

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Friday, November 02, 2012 12:01 am
When families get together at the holidays, goofy things happen. If you caught one of those crazy moments on camera, we're inviting you to enter the picture in our “Worst Winter Holiday Photo Contest.”This isn't a contest for bad photos. We're looking for photos of awkward, embarrassing or funny family moments at the holidays.

The winner will receive a visit from our staff photo expert, who will take a family portrait. We'll provide the winner with a free framed print of the family portrait, as well as a disc containing digital images from the photo shoot.

We plan to publish the winning photo on Christmas Eve. We'll also share other photo entries on our website that day.

We will accept photo entries today through midnight Nov. 25. You must be a resident of northeast Indiana to enter. Limit one entry per household. No altered photos please.

We'll post the top entries on our website, and then readers can go to www.news-sentinel.com Dec. 3 through 5 p.m. Dec. 14 to vote for the winner. Here's how to enter:

Email: Send your photos as high-resolution, JPG images to nscontest@news-sentinel.com. Please include your name, daytime phone number and a brief description identifying the people in the photo, what is happening and when and where the photo was taken.

Web: Click here for our online entry form.

Mail: Send to Worst Winter Holiday Photo Contest, The News-Sentinel, 600 W. Main St., Fort Wayne, IN 46802. Include your name, daytime phone number and email address. Identify the people in the photo, what is happening in it and when and where it was taken. If you want the photo returned, include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Questions? Call 461-8347.

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