Tomorrow is December 1. Therefore we are only 25 days away from Christmas. I decided to have a little fun and have a contest for students in the Chiriquí area. I seem to be starting to have a fair number of Panamanians that have learned about Chiriquí Chatter.
As a test to see how many, I am going to have a contest and to win you are going to have to be a student in Chiriquí. I don’t care if the winner lives in David, Bugaba, Boquete or any other town in Chiriquí, but they do have to be a student.
Here are the rules. The photo you are looking at comes from one of the photos I took during the November 28 Independence Day Parade. You are going to have to find the photo and identify it.
When you find it you are going to have to send me an email with four items on it.
1. Your Name and age.
2. The name and location of the school you attend.
3. A small description of what you will do with the prize, which will be a twenty-dollar bill.
4. The photo identification.
You can use the email address under my photo. I don’t care if the third item is written in English or Spanish, but I want it to be the student’s own words.
The first email I receive that has followed the instructions and has identified the correct photo will win the prize ($20).
The photo album that contains the photo is http://www.chiriquichatter.net/coppermine/thumbnails.php?album=40. I want the winner to be prepared to have his or her photo taken and I would like to do a small write-up about the student.
Now let me explain how you can identify the photo. If you place the cursor over one of the small photos and pause, it will say Filename=xxxxxxxxx.jpg where xxxxxxxxx is the number of the photo. If you open the photo by clicking on it you will see a larger photo and above it, it will say xxx/118 where xxx is the number of the photo within the file. I will accept that as the identification also.
If you have any questions, leave it as a comment. Let the game begin.
Spanish translation below (Traducción española abajo) Continue reading Christmas Challenge