Name That Caption: June-July 2017

So sorry, this contest ended on July 10, 2017. Vote on your favorite entries below!
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We provide the cartoon, you give us the caption! Enter the “Name That Caption” contest by for your chance to win. Prizes go to the top three entries.

We received nearly 80 entries from our comical readers for the “Name That Caption” contest in our June-July issue. The top three will receive tickets to an upcoming local event. Thanks to everyone who entered! We enjoyed the themes of environmental woes, politics and recalling the good ol’ days.

 

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Bo Jacob, Kenneth Bibbins, Steve Kois, Peter Young and Bill Balance

Congratulations to our winners!

  1. John Eads for caption "In my day, we swam to school, two miles, in the snow, uphill, both ways."
  2. Robert Lewis for caption "Class, we have yet to determine the purpose of these treasures the humans have bestowed on us …"
  3. James Seay for caption "I can remember when sex was dirty and the ocean was clean!"
  4. Walter Smith for caption "I am so sick of you all always being on your iFin! Now whose is it?"

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