Snapshot of the Big Event.

We want your pics

The Gazette is producing an eight-page keepsake of Sunday's Big Community Event for our March 8 edition and want to include your pictures.

  • Feb. 28, 2012 12:00 p.m.

The Gazette is producing an eight-page commemorative keepsake of Sunday’s Big Community Event for our March 8 edition and want to include you.

“Our readers always send us such great photos, and it would be great to include them in our special pull-out,” said Gazette publisher, Sandy Grenier.

We’re looking for anything and everything — like the one here by reader Kari Watkins —  that happened Sunday.

Just a warning, though, we have plenty of Arlene shots.

If you have photos of the Big Event you’d like to see included, just email them to editor@northislandgazette.com, or drop them off at our office on Market Street, right across the road from Carrot Park.

It’s our mission to use as many of your photos as possible, but we can only use a set amount, so the sooner you get them to us, the better chance they have to make it in print. Deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. Friday, March 2.

 

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