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Cartoon Caption Contest Winner, September/October 2012

And the Winner Is...
“Lamb rover, lamb rover, it’s safe to come over...Passover is over.”
—Everett Schell, Tennessee Colony, Tennessee
Thank you to all those who submitted caption entries for our September/October 2012 cartoon (see Matthew 18:12–14; Luke 15:3–7). We are pleased to congratulate Everett Schell of Tennessee Colony, Tennessee, who wrote the winning caption.
Runners-up
“King of the hill, I know. Now back to the herd.”
—Albert E. Simmons, Thomaston, Georgia
“This is not the time to be acting sheepishly.”
—Pam Laurion, Seaford, Delaware
Honorable Mention
“So there ewe are!”
—James F. Barrett, Worcester, Massachusetts
“Come back, Little Sheepa!”
—Ellen Loewenthal, Douglaston, New York
“The other 99 love my flute playing...”
—Gisele Ben-Dor, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
“Honest, that firewood is just to keep me warm!”
—Dan Soucy, Brunswick, Maine
“It may be a small step for you, but it’s a giant leap for Lambkind!”
—Andy Bisgrove, Waltham Abbey, Essex, England
“So, Mister Big-Shot, I hear you’ve joined the one percent!”
—Michael Vickoren, Central Point, Oregon
“There you are! The Serta counting department is looking for you!”
—Tim Shaver, Winter Park, Florida
“Please come home—I can’t deal with another sheepless night!”
—Larry Roberts, Pasadena, California
“I promise, no poodle cut this time.”
—Anita C. Nash, Mishawaka, Indiana
“Mutton ventured, mutton gained.”
—Jennifer Smith, Wilmington, Delaware