Landmarks contest

How well do you know Hagerstown?

July 16, 2006|by JULIE E. GREENE

A walk around downtown Hagerstown would not only be good for the heart, but also could be good for the wallet - $300 worth of good.

That's the prize for The Herald-Mail's 10th annual landmarks contest.

The clues can be spotted from Prospect Street to Mulberry Street and from North Avenue to Baltimore Street. The interior sides of those streets are in the clue area, but not the areas across those streets. For example, the clue area includes the east side of a portion of Prospect Street, but not the west side.

These close-up images are distinct parts of buildings, structures and signs in that area.

Pay attention to the details surrounding the clues in the photos in case there is more than one of that particular feature within the clue area's boundaries.

Simply identify the images and fill in the name of the building or structure and its location on the numbered entry blank on page E10 of today's paper.


Identify as many clues as you can for a chance to win. The person or family who correctly identifies the most pictures will win $300. If there's a tie, one name will be randomly drawn from among the names of those who qualify.

If no one correctly identifies all the photos, the person with the most right answers wins.

Employees of The Herald-Mail and their families are not eligible.

The deadline is noon Thursday, Aug. 10.

Be sure to include your name, address and daytime phone number with your entry form. Only one entry per person.

Return your completed entry form by:

· Dropping it off at The Herald-Mail office, 100 Summit Ave., Hagerstown, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Write on it "Attention: Lifestyle."

· Mail it in care of Landmarks/Lifestyle, The Herald-Mail Co., P.O. Box 439, Hagerstown, MD 21741.

· E-mail it to and write "Landmarks" in the subject line.

· Fax it to 301-714-0245, attention: Lifestyle.

The winner's name and photograph, along with the correct answers, will be published Sunday, Aug. 20, in the Lifestyle section.

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