Tuesday, 25 November 2014 13:10

•   Take a picture of yourself holding the latest Eagle at some recognizable tourist spot around the globe and send it in to us. Keep the number of people in the photo to no more than 10, and make sure they’re prominent and the paper’s front page is recognizable. Send to P.O. Box 8936, Dundalk, MD 21222. Please be patient — we print the photos in the order in which they’re received.

Brothers (from left) Shane Owens and Doug Owens, both of Edgemere, caught up on the news back home during a trip to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. to cheer on the Baltimore Ravens as they took on the Indianapolis Colts. Over the past eight years, the brothers have traveled to one Ravens away game each season, visiting Cleveland, Cincinnati, Nashville, New York, San Diego, Indianapolis and Miami.

Members of Eastern Assembly of God, including (front row, from left) Lilaah Conner, Becky Kight, Katie Booz, (back) Pastor Ed Michael, Josh Conner, Howard Carter and Michael Kight, posed with their Eagle during a mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

Local residents (from left) David Insular, Madeline Blevins, Maureen Insular and James Insular took time out to read their Eagle during a trip to the Paradise Town Hall in Paradise, Calif.

Former Dundalk residents Gary and Faye Groves posed with their Eagle during a recent visit to Indianapolis, Ind.

Edgemere resident Herman Meusel (left), with friends Ed and Ann Wilkinson of Dundalk, caught up on the news back home during a visit to The National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Va.

Local residents Norman and Phyllis Knoerlein cruised to Aruba with their Eagle during a trip to the Panama Canal