The Reporter's back-to-school photo submission event
The Reporter has recently launched an Instagram account and
what better way to kick off its unveiling then with a photo submission event.
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It’s that time of year again where if the kids didn't already step onto the big yellow school bus, they will be within the next few weeks.
So many of our children are growing up right before your
eyes and what better way to capture the event than with a back-to-school photo.
From now until Sept. 10 at noon, The Reporter is reaching
out to its readers asking them to use the Instagram app on your smartphone and
share photos of your children on their first day of school. (Instagram is user friendly
photo application and is FREE on both iPhone and Android.)
For The Reporter to be able to find your photo, please
include the hashtag #LansB2S in your photo caption. The photos will be shared
through various social networking sites as well as The Reporter’s website.
Here is an example of how to post your photo on Instagram
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Pa. Turnpike exit 31 will still be called the Lansdale exit, but will have Kulpsville and Harleysville listed as destinations on the sign. That's according to a letter from the COO of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission.
More details will be posted shortly.