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email@example.com The winners of the January-June raffle passed on the flat screen TV and optedfor the bicycle. We'll announce their names and post their photo is nextmonth's issue. Remember,, the next round of entries is being accepted now; with the prize drawing anticipated for the end of December 2012/first part of anuary 2013 to ensure that all eligible entries for the last half of 2012 areaccounted for. To enter, simply refer us to a friend/relative/neighbor. Be sure that anyoneyou pass along to us communicates that YOU were involved in the referral.For further assurance of your entry, send us anote with the name of the referred. You
canalso enter the drawing by submitting atestimonial of how happy you are with our work.Either way, it takes only a few minutes to enter. You can just drop us a line at:firstname.lastname@example.org. One ticket is givenfor each testimonial or referral; ten tickets forevery raving fan video.
You determine yourodds of winning, as
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How To Solve Sudoku Puzzles:To solve a Sudoku, you only need logic and patience.No math is required. Simply make sure that each 3x3square region has a number between 1-9 with onlyone occurrence of each number. Each column and rowof the large grid may only have one instance of 1-9.
The Silver Medal,
which goes to thesecond-placefinisher, is made of 92.5% silver andother base metals.
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The Gold Medal
is not madeentirely from gold. It must be92.5% silver and plated with atleast six grams of gold. The lasttime first-place medals weremade entirely out of gold was atthe 1912 Games in Stockholm.
The Bronze Medal
is made of copper,zinc, tin and a very small amount of silver. It is awardedto the third-placefinisher.
A Look At What Makes Up An Olympic Medal:
L-R: Romeo, Tom, Kathy, Murphy, Janet, John, and FranklinImpromptu family photo as Kathy heads back to IowaL-R: Jeanie, Chef, Paul, Dean When long-time client Cafe Selmarie needed some relief,they were so excited we helped them out they decided tothrow on Corcoran T-Shirts and lend a hand. Jeanie haspromised a special recipe for an upcoming issue, so be sureto stay tuned! This is Tom's way of holding her feet to
thefire on the recipe.