#HolidayHeritage Challenge Week #2 – MyHeritage December 1, 2019

I saw this earlier today on MyHeritage – #HolidayHeritage Challenge Week #2 – MyHeritage December 1, 2019: https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/12/holidayheritage-challenge-week-2/. Some great entries. The winner from last week is announced in the link. Any entrant has the potential to win the Grand Prize at the end. I included this week’s challenge below.

By Esther December 1, 2019 Holidays

Last week, we introduced the #HolidayHeritage challenge! Visit the #HolidayHeritage Challenge site for more information on the competition, and for details of how you can enter the weekly challenges.

Last week’s winner

Last week, we asked you to send in your oldest holiday photos. We received some fabulous entries of historic family photos from the holidays.

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Don’t forget that all entrants still have the chance to win our grand prize! The post with the most likes by the end of the competition will win 10 MyHeritage DNA Health+Ancestry kits and 10 MyHeritage Complete Subscriptions.

New challenge

For this week’s challenge, we’re asking the following question: if you could go back in time, which ancestor would you love to spend the holidays with, and why?

To enter, post your answer to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Make sure to tag MyHeritage and use the hashtag #holidayheritage. Share your post and the HolidayHeritage Challenge site with your friends and family to get the most likes. The post with the most likes by December 7th will win a MyHeritage DNA Health+Ancestry kit and a MyHeritage Subscription. A photo goes a long way, so make sure to add one, if you have a photo of the ancestor you chose!

 

 

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