The Chapel Hill News is bringing back its summer photo contest – this time challenging readers to identify 12 sporting venues located inside Orange County. The contestant who correctly names the most locations we feature will receive a pair of running shoes from Fleet Feet Sports in Carrboro. Different photos will debut twice a week -- in each print edition and on-line -- starting on July 6 (not this one shown above) and ending with the Aug. 13 edition.
The Chapel Hill News is bringing back its summer photo contest – this time challenging readers to identify 12 sporting venues located inside Orange County. The contestant who correctly names the most locations we feature will receive a pair of running shoes from Fleet Feet Sports in Carrboro. Different photos will debut twice a week -- in each print edition and on-line -- starting on July 6 (not this one shown above) and ending with the Aug. 13 edition. hlynch@newsobserver.com
The Chapel Hill News is bringing back its summer photo contest – this time challenging readers to identify 12 sporting venues located inside Orange County. The contestant who correctly names the most locations we feature will receive a pair of running shoes from Fleet Feet Sports in Carrboro. Different photos will debut twice a week -- in each print edition and on-line -- starting on July 6 (not this one shown above) and ending with the Aug. 13 edition. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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June 30, 2014 5:10 PM

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