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St. Patrick's Day Postcard

St. Patrick's Day Contest!

And the winners are...
Thank you to every one who participated in our St. Patrick's day contest. We hope you enjoyed the search and perhaps you discovered some things on our site that you hadn't known before.
Congratulations to:
Brandon Smith - $75 Gift Certificate
Janice Ziendich - $25 Gift Certificate
Susan Anderson - $25 Gift Certificate
Winners will be notified by email. Thanks again.

The Oberon Design Leprechauns
have hidden
a Celtic Shamrock on our web site.

Your job: FIND IT!

You Have From Friday, March 17th through
Midnight, Sunday March 19th PDT.

The Pot of Gold: A $75 GIFT CERTIFICATE

INSTRUCTIONS:

Go to our site beginning on St. Patrick's Day, Friday, March 17th, 2017.

Green Shamrock
Search our site for THIS
( EXAMPLE ONLY )  picture of a shamrock and when you find it,
click on it to fill out the short form.
The picture could be anywhere on the site!
Your name will be entered in a random drawing for an
Oberon Design Gift Certificate.  

First prize $75 Gift Certificate
Second prize $25 Gift Certificate
Third prize $25 Gift Certificate

The winners will be announced on our Homepage and our Facebook page on
Wednesday March 21st.  Winners will be contacted by email.
Thanks for playing!
Please, one entry per person, and have fun!
P.S. - We won't be harvesting your email addresses for our mailing list.
Our list is opt-in only. You can join by clicking here.

This poem by Thomas Moore embodies the Victorian spirit of sentimentality. It was immensely popular and contributed to raising the profile of the shamrock as an image of Ireland.

Oh The Shamrock

Through Erin's Isle,
To sport awhile,
As Love and Valor wander'd
With Wit, the sprite,
Whose quiver bright
A thousand arrows squander'd.
Where'er they pass,
A triple grass
Shoots up, with dew-drops streaming,
As softly green
As emeralds seen
Through purest crystal gleaming.
Oh the Shamrock, the green immortal Shamrock!
Chosen leaf
Of Bard and Chief,
Old Erin's native Shamrock!
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