Thursday, 26 February 2015 14:00

•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.

Former Dundalk residents (from left) Brian Helbing, Frankie Riley Schiefer and Michael Schiefer took a moment to read their Eagle as they watched the Baltimore Ravens take on the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., in December.


Dundalk residents (front, from left) Jim Armetta, Karen Armetta and Joan Sarzynski and former Dundalk residents Sherry Copeland and (back) Dave Copeland posed with The Eagle while staying at The Jewel Dunn’s River Resort in Ocho Rios, Jamaica


Dundalkians (from left) Linda Turner and Sue Marcum browsed through The Eagle during a recent trip to NBC Studios in New York City.


George and Betty Malone of Battle Grove took their Eagle to their vacation home in the Horse Creek area of Chuckey, Tenn.


Former Moorgate Road resident Irma Brager, now of Conowingo, Md., took her Eagle with her on what she described as “the trip of a lifetime.” During her travels, Brager took time out to pose with her hometown paper on the Cliffs of Moher in Liscannor, Co. Clare, Ireland.


Though he’s still too young to read it, two-and-a-half-year-old Dundalk resident Liam J. Childers enjoyed posing with his Eagle during a trip to Shrewsbury, Pa.