The Rainbow of Colors at Anderson Paints
I Spy: July 2014
by Sally Bjork
From the July, 2014 issue
"That's the moon over the rainbow of colors at Anderson Paints," writes Joshua Rabinowitz. "2386 W. Stadium Blvd.," adds Pamela Kittel. Founded downtown in the 1950s, the Anderson Paint Company moved to the west side in 2007. "It was fun seeing the I Spy from our side of town!" writes Rebecca Sweeton.
"I was barking up the wrong tree (or chimney as it was) until I hit on the correct 'castle,'" writes Bob DeBona. "I didn't think it was near the White Castle," writes Tom Jameson, "so it had to be the Wine Castle, also conveniently located near a Dairy Queen, where we celebrated finding the I Spy!"
"I used Google Streetview to find" it, writes Ann Heise. "Is this cheating?"
We received sixteen correct entries in June. Our random drawing winner, Mike Syer, will enjoy his $25 gift certificate at Running Fit.
To enter this month's contest, use the photo and clue on the Back Page to identify the scene, then follow the instructions at the bottom of the page.
[Originally published in July, 2014.]
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