Wednesday, 12 March 2014 11:51

•   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.

Eight-year-old local resident Seth Wipprecht took his Eagle on a trip to Kodak, Tenn. in January.


Newlyweds Carol and Frank Provenzano of Dundalk rang in the new year with their Eagle during a Dec. 31 trip to Times Square in New York City.


Karen Skiles (third from left) and Nancy Weber (far right) took The Eagle to Winter Haven, Fla. to visit former Dundalk residents (from left) Anne and Dave Stewart.


Former Dundalk resident Gary Groves (left) and Edgemere resident Herman Meusel (right) posed with their copies of The Eagle during a November trip to the Dover Air Force Museum in Dover, Del. 


Edgemere residents (from left) Sarah Prince and Margaret Miller caught up on the news back home while visiting Sparrows Point High School graduate Stephen Prince, who is stationed at Yokosuka Naval Base in Yokosuka, Japan.


Maddie German of Cornwall Road posed with her Eagle during a visit to Café Du Monde in New Orleans, La. 


Former Charlesmont resident Rick Sheppard took his Eagle to Las Vegas as he visited Pussykat Tattoo,  location of the A&E television series Bad Ink.