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Want to stay connected in Agassiz, Harrison and Hope?

Keeping up with with what’s going on in your community with the Agassiz Harrison Hope Observer is the best way, and it could earn you a fantastic prize.

How?

Just answer a few questions online and you could win a two-night getaway at the beautiful South Garden Bed & Breakfast in Harrison Hot Springs.

All you do is visit ahobserver.com and scroll down to the “We’d like to know you better” ad section on the righthand side of the home page.

You can also scan the hand QR code with your smart phone, or go directly to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6C75HTZ.

Once you’re done, provide your name and email address to enter the contest and cross your fingers!

(A story about this contest ran in last week’s Observer, with the incorrect prize information. The Observer apologizes for any confusion this error may have caused.)

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