Friday, November 12, 1999

Enter our Dress A Turkey contest




        Help! Our turkey needs dressing.

        Print out the form, then put pencil, crayons, paint, markers, sequins, feathers — you name it — to our last turkey of the decade/century/millennium.

        The prize? The joy of seeing your artwork in print and online on Thanksgiving, when the best of the flock will be published. (Check out last year's winners)

        You can email your entry to nberlier@enquirer.com or mail it to:

        Dress A Turkey
        Tempo
        Cincinnati Enquirer
        312 Elm St.
        Cincinnati OH 45202

        Deadline: Entries must be at the Enquirer on or before Monday Nov. 15.

        Entries also may be dropped off 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays at the customer service center in the lobby of our building, 312 Elm St., downtown, or at our Kentucky Bureau, 226 Grandview Drive, Fort Mitchell.

       



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