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March 04, 2010

What're your picks for Sunday's OSCARS? Play the Post-Bulletin's Oscars contest

Oscars contest

     To celebrate the 82nd annual Academy Awards, the Post-Bulletin and The Promise of Rochester 2010 are teaming up for this year's annual Oscars Red Carpet Contest for readers.

     Pick each of the winners correctly, and you'll be placed in a drawing to win a four-pack of tickets to the annual performance of The Promise, which begins March 12 at Bethel Lutheran Church Sanctuary in Rochester. (For ticket and performance information, go to www.ThePromiseRochester.com or call Bethel Lutheran Church at 288-6430).

     Voting can be done online at Postbulletin.com/oscars. Click on the Red Carpet Contest logo. 

     Ballots were printed in the Feb. 24 edition of the Post-Bulletin. To purchase a copy of that day's paper, please stop by the P-B offices during normal business hours— only one entry per person, please.
     We'll accept ballots postmarked or received by 7 p.m. Sunday.

     Mail your entry to Oscars contest, c/o Marissa Block, Life section editor, Post- Bulletin, 18 First Ave. S.E., Rochester, MN 55904.
     Or bring it to the P-B offices at 18 First Ave. S.E. in Rochester. Offices are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. There's a night drop available as well.

     The winner will be announced in the Post- Bulletin on March 10. (Please provide a phone number with your entry — the winner will be notified on March 8.)
     Good luck!

 

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What about movie watchers who aren't Christian??

Thank you for sharing information !! You are looking to be very knowledgeable person. But the same question arises in mind "What about movie watchers who are not Christian".

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