Readers invited to share unique holiday traditions
Post Independent Editor
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
The Glenwood Springs Post Independent will be celebrating the holidays by publishing comments and photographs from readers in the Sunday, Dec. 23, edition.
Garfield County residents of all ages are invited to participate in this special edition of the paper, using an online questionnaire.
The question readers are invited to answer is, “What are the unique holiday traditions that your family celebrates?”
Answers may be up to 150 words long. Readers may wish to think about and compose their answer, and then visit the online questionnaire to enter their answer and other information.
For extra credit, we also invite readers to send a digital photo that illustrates their family’s holiday tradition.
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The deadline for filling out the questionnaire is 11 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 17.
“This is a great chance for readers of all ages to have something fun about their family published in the paper,” said Stephanie Schafer, publisher of the Post Independent. “I encourage everyone to share the traditions that make their family holiday celebrations unique.
“We would especially like to hear from children and teens in the valley,” she added.
To fill out the questionnaire, visit http://www.postindependent.com, scroll down to the “Features” section and click on the “Share your holiday traditions” box.
Or readers can go straight to the questionnaire at this address: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/gspi-holiday.
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