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"Education in Zion" exhibit hosts campus "Hidden Photo Challenge" March 23-27

Brigham Young University’s “Education in Zion” exhibition at the Joseph F. Smith Building will host a "Hidden Photo Challenge" Monday through Friday, March 23-27, where students, faculty and staff can win gift certificates to local restaurants.

A photo will be posted everyday on the “Education in Zion” Facebook page, and BYU students, faculty and staff who visit the exhibition and correctly identify the object in the photo will be entered into a drawing for a $25 gift certificate to a local restaurant.

Answers can be submitted in person at the Education in Zion Information Desk on the second floor of the JFSB. There will be a new challenge and prize each day; visit “Education in Zion” on Facebook for complete details.

“Education in Zion” is a new multimedia exhibition occupying the JFSB gallery. This permanent exhibition explores a tradition of learning that seeks to educate the whole soul, and documents the rich history and heritage of education in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from the revelations of the prophet Joseph Smith to the current worldwide Church Educational System.

For more information, contact the Education in Zion Information Desk at (801) 422-6519.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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