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Get your entry in for Tucson's birthday stamp contest

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Time is running out to enter Tucson's 7th Annual Birthday Stamp Design Contest.

The city turns 239 years old on August 20, and this contest sponsored by the Postal History Foundation is part of the celebration. The winning design will be made into a real postage stamp.

You can download an entry form from www.postalhistoryfoundation.org.

The deadline is August 1.

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