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Last week's mystery photo showed the bell tower of St. Brigid's Catholic Church in Amherst.
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WHERE IN THE VALLEY?
SOLVE RIDDLE IN A PHOTO: Does the location in the accompanying photograph look familiar to you?
If you can identify the building and the community in which it stands, email or mail us with your answer. The Gazette will randomly select one answer from all correct responses received by Wednesday, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with Mystery Photo in the subject line, or regular mail, care of Phoebe Mitchell, Daily Hampshire Gazette, Box 299, Northampton, MA 01061.
Put “Mystery Photo” in the subject line and include your mailing address. The winner will receive two free movie passes good for admission to the Amherst Cinema. For information on what the nonprofit theater is showing, visit www.amherstcinema.org.
Winners must wait 60 days to be eligible for the contest again.
The correct answer to today’s mystery photo will be listed next Saturday.
Congratulations to Anna Jean Dindal of Leverett, one of 18 people to correctly identify last week’s mystery photo as the bell tower of St. Brigid’s Catholic Church on North Pleasant Street in Amherst.
Karin Kayser of Amherst writes: “I have walked by that beautiful bell tower for over 15 years and still marvel at how beautiful it is.”
Damian Konkoly of Amherst notes that construction of the church began in 1923 and finished in 1925. He adds, “I wonder what people think of this part of the Amherst skyline compared to the newest edition to the skyline at Boltwood Place.”