Wednesday, 19 November 2014 13:28

•   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.

Local residents and longtime friends (from left) Linda Roveda Henderson, Kathleen Sullivan DeWit and Gloria Burnham Strasbaugh took their Eagle sightseeing during a trip to Paris.

Edgemere resident Herman Meusel posed with his Eagle and a Medal of Honor during a recent visit to the Medal of Honor Museum in Millville, N.J.

Jay Hidden, Edgemere resident and vice president of the New 7th Democratic Club,  traveled with his Eagle to the northern entrance of the Blue Ridge Parkway near Waynesboro, Va. 

Edgemere residents Harry and Mary Klump posed with their hometown paper during a vacation in Nassau, Bahamas. The couple took the trip in celebration of their 33rd wedding anniversary.

Local residents (front row, from left) Anthony Herget, Mackenzie Brunner, (second row) C.J. Brunner, Macie Edenton, (third row) Tanya Townsend with daughter Aubrey Brunner, Holly Townsend, (back) Teddy Lafon, Steven Brunner, Diane Flury and Anthony Herget took their Eagle to Frontier Town in Ocean City, Md.

June Cupstid and Raymond Hopka of Millers Island posed with their Eagle during a recent trip to Frontier Town Campground in Ocean City, Md.

Ryan Paugh and nanny Millie Bishoff of Melbourne Road took a break with their favorite paper during a trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Leroy “J.D.” Paugh of Eager Street took his Eagle to the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn.

The Diveley family, including (front row, from left) Andrew, Bridget, Allison, (middle) Jennifer, Debra, Scott, (back) Chuck and Jeff, read their hometown newspaper during a recent vacation in Ocean City, Md.