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4/15/2014 6:04:00 AM
What is it? Where is it?
ANSWER for this past week:Last week’s clue was “All-American bandstand,” and Bill Sonsin of Prescott was the first of many to identify the photo as a part of the roof trim on the gazebo at the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza. Way to go Bill!  At the end of the month we’ll put all correct spotters’ names of the weekly “What is it, Where is it?” winners together, and one will win a prize from the Courier’s prize stash. Keep guessing, and remember to give “what” it is and “where” it is.
ANSWER for this past week:

Last week’s clue was “All-American bandstand,” and Bill Sonsin of Prescott was the first of many to identify the photo as a part of the roof trim on the gazebo at the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza. Way to go Bill! At the end of the month we’ll put all correct spotters’ names of the weekly “What is it, Where is it?” winners together, and one will win a prize from the Courier’s prize stash. Keep guessing, and remember to give “what” it is and “where” it is.

WE HAVE A WINNER!
Our prize gypsies finally showed up - a gigantic first step - and with little discussion picked Joan Miles-Lauer as our What is it, where is it? winner for March. Then, in an unprecedented show of generosity, the bunch of them awarded Joan a pair of tickets to an Arizona Sundogs playoff game last week. Go Sundogs! And go Joan!





This week's photo & hint: "Happy healers"

GUIDELINES:

The Daily Courier's Community Page on Tuesdays features "What is it, where is it?" - photographs from the local area that we encourage readers to figure out.

The first person to call or email with the correct answer will get their name in the newspaper the next week along with a more easily recognizable photo of the same scene.

Each winner's name will go into a drawing for a prize that month. Correct respondents will be eligible for the prize only in the month in which they answer correctly.

Please call City Editor Mark Duncan at 445-3333, ext. 2032, or email mduncan@prescottaz.com with your guess. Be sure to include a contact number and where you live (Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, etc.).






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