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Look Who's 3 On "News 3 This Morning"

Published On: Feb 22 2005 09:42:44 AM CST   Updated On: Dec 21 2009 02:19:47 AM CST
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If you have a toddler with a third birthday coming up, we want to know.

Just e-mail a picture of your child, along with their name & birthdate, to lookwhos3@wisctv.com. Please send it at least one week before they turn 3.

Then make sure to tune in on the morning of their birthday, and we'll will show their pictures and wish them happy birthday.

Also, remember that birthdays falling on Saturday will air on the Friday before, and birthdays falling on Sunday will air on the following Monday.

Remember to set your TiVo, DVR, or VCR if you can't watch!

If e-mail is not an option, you can always send it in the mail:

"LOOK WHO'S 3"
WISC-TV3 News 3 This Morning
7025 Raymond Road
Madison, WI 53719

If you would like the picture back, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope.

If submitting photo via e-mail, please only send the picture as a JPEG, Gif, or a Targa file attachment.

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