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BEST OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY
2017 COMPETITION
 The editorial staff of Montgomery Magazine invites you to participate in the magazine's Best of Montgomery County 2017 competition. We're excited to get your selections for the Best of Montgomery County in a variety of 52 categories. Vote for your favorite in any or all of the categories below. You can simply email your selection(s) to: bestof@montgomerymag.com and place Best Of in the subject line or you can download a write-in PDF and email or mail it.

Entries close June 15, 2017, and the results will be published in the August/September 2017 issue of Montgomery Magazine. Vote for as many favorites as you like, but, please, no multiple ballots - just one ballot per person.

You can also mail your vote to: Montgomery Magazine, c/o 2017 Best Of, 10524 Detrick Avenue, 2nd Floor, Kensington, MD 20895. Every participant will be automatically enrolled in a contest to win prizes. One winner will receive a $100 VISA gift card while nine others will receive $25 gift cards to Montgomery County restaurants. Please include your name and address so we can contact if case you are one of the 10 winners. Thank you for participating!

DINING
Bakery Indian Weekend Brunch
Barbeque Italian Wings
Burgers Mexican Bar w Live Music
Chinese Pizza Coffee Cafe
Deli Seafood Craft Brew Pub
Family Restaurant Steakhouse Happy Hour
Fine Dining Sushi Irish Bar
French Thai Sports Bar
Greek Vietnamese Wine Bar

RECREATION
Ballet Studio Children's Theater Kids Attraction
Bookstore Community Theater Performing Arts Center
Bowling Alley Fitness Club

RETAIL
Bank Grocery Store
Consignment Shop Ladies Boutique Shop

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Auto Repair Home Improvement Tutoring Service
Caterer Nursery Veterinarian
Day Spa Pet Store Wedding/Party Venues
Hair Salon Retirement Community  
Hardscapes Specialty Beauty Studio
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CURRENT ISSUE // December - January 2018

 
Montgomery Writes



WHERE ARE YOU? This large, scenic place features rolling hills, open fields and the county’s rich farming heritage in the form of barns, out buildings, activity center, and some farm equipment from bygone days. Photograph by Bill Kamenjar

One winner will be randomly selected from all correct answers received by January 10.
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CONTEST WINNER
Marianne Sickman of
of Gaithersburg recognized the locomotive steam engine at the Gaithersburg History Park near the city’s current train station.
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