Here are the answers and the winner to the Where's Patch photo contest.
1.Berkley Avenue Bridge, AKA Freedom Bridge
2 bell tower
3 Pierce Transit Center at South Tacoma Way and 40th avenue
4 Pacific Avenue and Bridgeport Way
5 American Lake Park
Steve Swortz was the first to guess all the answers correct, scoring 6 points. He racked up four points last week, earning him the top spot with 10 points total.
Debbie Billingsley did not participate last week but did well by scoring four points this week. She was correct by stating American Lake but noted the wrong public access point. She landed four points.
Here are all the contestants who played and how they fared.
1. Steve Swortz — 10
T2. Debbie Billingsley — 4
T2. William Ayers — 4
T2. Jeanine Murray — 4
3. Pam Smith — 3
Check back at 4 p.m. on Thursday for the Where's Patch contest.
Here's how to play:
Editor's Note: It's time to put your keen observation of Lakewood to the test. This is a standing feature called Where's Patch? Every Thursday, Steve Dunkelberger—a self-proclaimed Lakewood know-it-all—will snap photos of five and sometimes six different locations in Lakewood.
It's your job to identify where he's located in the city.
Each correct answer is worth one point. The first person to submit all the correct answers each week also earns an additional point. Wrong answers will not be penalized.
The contest will publish at 4 p.m. every Thursday. Patch will release the answers and the top three scorers at noon every Monday. The person who records the most points at the end of two consecutive weeks wins. The winner will be notified in the "What Do You Have To Say" field box on the home page.
Register with Lakewood Patch (it's free) and be the first to submit your answers in the comment box. Patch will award both winners if there's a tie.
Check out each picture very carefully and let's see who knows Lakewood the most.