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Montgomery Magazine has a monthly giveaway and a bi-monthly photo contest. One entry per person, per contest cycle.

Michael Lebenkoff, Clarksburg
Elissa Shahan, Germantown

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Montgomery County is 507 square miles of diverse points of interest. Some you pass every day; others you may not know exist. To win a framed print of this picture, complete the form to the right. There will be one winner from a random drawing of all eligible entries received by March 10, 2017.

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Eligibility: Montgomery Magazine's Close to Home contest is open to legal residents of the United States. Contestants must be age 18 or older at time of entry. Employees of Montgomery Magazine, Montgomery County Media Group, Premier Values Magazine and their immediate family members are not eligible to win. Void where prohibited by law.

How to Enter: Visit to submit your form. For the December/January 2017 contest, all entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. EST on January 10, 2017. Only one entry per person/email address per contest cycle. Multiple entries, whether by duplicate email addresses or by different email addresses for the same person, will be disqualified. You may also print the contest entry form and mail it to: Montgomery Magazine, Close to Home Contest, 10524 Detrick Avenue, 2nd Floor, Kensington, MD 20895. Same entry deadlines and limits that apply to email submissions also apply to paper submissions.

Selection of Winner: The winner will be determined by a random drawing from all eligible entries. The winner's name will be posted on no later than seven days after the close of a contest cycle. The winner will be required to sign a simple receipt confirming delivery of prize.

Prize: One person each contest cycle will receive a framed print of the Close to Home image that he/she was determined as the winner.


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.
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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