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Our annual holiday tradition continues with all photos appearing in the Tidings the week of Christmas

Share your family's sense of fun and the season with the Tidings by making your own Holiday Greeting card!The holidays are all about traditions. And one tradition the community has counted on for almost two decades is the West Linn Tiding's annual "Holiday Cheer" family greeting photo edition.

This is your chance to spread some local holiday cheer by sharing your great family photos with your friends and neighbors.

The 2018 edition featured more than 300 people and pets filling 8 pages of the West Linn Tidings.

"This is by far one of our more popular issues," Tidings publisher J. Brian Monihan said. "Readers always tell us how much they enjoy seeing the great variety and very funny family photos that people share with us."

Growing in popularity is the number of holiday pet photos that are sent to the Tidings. We assume that pet owners are sending these in, but in case it is Fido or Fifi submitting these, please ask them to include their human in the photo too. This is not required but it does increase the enjoyment factor for our readers to see how closely pets resemble the rest of their family.

All family photos submitted will appear in the Tidings published the week of Christmas. To make it easy, you can email your family photo to the Tidings at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject line "Tidings Holiday Cheer."

Holiday family photos can also be mailed to: Review/Tidings Holiday Cheer, P.O. Box 548, Lake Oswego, OR 97034.

You can also bring your photo to the newspaper office at 400 Second St. in downtown Lake Oswego. We are open Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm.

Please be sure to include the names of the people or animals in your photo. You can also include a short one-sentence message. Please also include your phone number in case we have any questions.

The deadline to submit your family photo is Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 5 p.m.


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