Campbell River Mirror contest: The oddest wins tickets

Alright Campbell River, we want to know who is our Oddest Couple

Alright Campbell River, we want to know who is our Oddest Couple.

Send in a picture, video and a write up about who you think is our Oddest Couple. They can be odd for any reason and any kind of couple – friends, partners, spouses, teammates, you name it. You can nominate yourself or have somebody do it on your behalf. You have to tell us why you’re/they’re such an “odd couple” but remember, it’s all just for fun and for participating, the couple will get their name put in for a draw for four tickets to Rivercity Players’ opening night of the Neil Simon play, The Odd Couple (Female Version) on Nov. 16 at the Tidemark Theatre.

Submission deadline is noon, Monday, Nov. 14. Submit your material to editor@campbellrivermirror.com or drop off to 104 – 250 Dogwood St. A selection of submissions will be published as will the winners.

 

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