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YOU COULD WIN: Throwback Thursday Contest for April 28, 2016

Submit a suggested caption – factual or funny (family friendly and respectful) – for this historic picture and you could win a $10 gift card.  - Photo courtesy of Pitt Meadows Museum & Archives
Submit a suggested caption – factual or funny (family friendly and respectful) – for this historic picture and you could win a $10 gift card.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Pitt Meadows Museum & Archives

Each week, TIMES readers are being invited to submit a suggested caption – factual or funny (family friendly and respectful, please) – for this historic community picture.

It's easy.

Click here to submit your entry for this week's ‘Throwback Thursday’ photo.

Give us your name, your phone number and email, which town you live in, and what you think the caption under this picture should read.

As mentioned, we'd love you to go to town. If you have factual information that could help to identify the subject matter in the picture, or you want to show off your whimsical side (again please remember this is a family-oriented newspaper, so keep it clean and respectful), either are welcome.

The deadline for submissions is 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 and preference is given to Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge residents.

Winners are selected by random draw from all entries that week, and the gift card will be mailed out to the winner once contact has been established. Entrants must be 19 years of age or older. The TIMES reserves the right to use any submissions in any of its promotion through print or online. We also reserve the right to reject entries deemed unsuitable, libelous, or otherwise objectionable.

This time out, one lucky reader will win a $10 gift card just for participating.The prize is awarded as is, and cannot be redeemed for cash.

This week's prize is provided courtesy of The TIMES.

Have some fun...

 

By the way, Helen Martinis won a $10 coffee card for her suggested cutline: “Typical miserable Maple Ridge resident.” Last week’s picture was actually of a jousting game (circa 1915) at an annual Finnish picnic in Webster’s Corners, at Kanaka Creek. This Maple Ridge Museum & Archives photo depicts a group of men participating in and watching the jousting. Two men are sitting astride a raised log, trying to knock each other off with poles.

This photo courtesy of the Maple Ridge Museum and Archive.

 

 

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