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Contest celebrates the city’s best burgers

Sara Lunde digs into a burger at Sir Winston’s Pub Thursday. Sir Winston’s is one of the restaurants taking part in The Morning Star’s best burger contest.   - Lisa vandervelde/ morning star
Sara Lunde digs into a burger at Sir Winston’s Pub Thursday. Sir Winston’s is one of the restaurants taking part in The Morning Star’s best burger contest.
— image credit: Lisa vandervelde/ morning star

The Morning Star has unveiled a mouth-watering contest.

Readers are being asked to select Vernon’s best burger.

“We want to hear from you,” said Ian Jensen, Morning Star publisher.

“Let us know who tops the list when it comes to beef, chicken or vegetarian burgers. This is a great opportunity to celebrate Vernon’s culinary delights.”

There are 10 restaurants participating in the contest and one lucky voter will receive a burger a month from the winning restaurant.

To enter, go to vernonmorningstar.com and click on contests.

The contest runs until Feb. 16 and you can vote up to five times a day.

See today’s newspaper for more details on the contest.

 

 

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