Details for TIMES NEWS - Ad from 2019-04-14

MAGIC VALLEY ALL-NEW FOR 2019! WE’RE ALL PART OF history As the Times-News celebrates 115 years of service to our readers, we are proud to announce a commemorative pictorial book for 2019, “Magic Valley: Through Our Eyes.” SHARE YOUR PHOTOS We are excited to invite you, our readers, to participate in this unique project. Please bring your photos to one of our scanning sessions listed below — and be sure to check our submission guidelines. Photos will be scanned on-site and given right back to you. In order to keep things speedy, please fill out our simple photo submission form prior to the session. Forms can be downloaded at Please plan to fill out one form for each photo you’d like to submit. Download submission forms and pre-order at SUBMISSION GUIDELINES SCANNING SESSIONS General interest photos, such as commerce, industry, transportation, rural life, public service, etc. Tuesday, March 19 5 – 7 p.m. Twin Falls Public Library board room 201 Fourth Ave. E., Twin Falls Photos taken between the early years through today. We are especially interested in photos from 1960 to 1999. Thursday, March 21 5 – 7 p.m. Times-News 132 Fairfield St. W., Twin Falls Photos only — preferably original (no newspaper clippings or photocopies). Saturday, March 23 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Jerome Public Library 100 First Ave. E., Jerome Photos taken in Magic Valley. Limit 10 photos per family. No appointment necessary. If you’re a private collector, call 360-723-5800 to set up an appointment. Photos that appear in this ad may not appear in final book.

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