Slideshow: Jigsaw puzzlers compete for top prize at Hope Library

Ray Daws, Pat Daws, Don Wiens, and Neela Gladue work at their puzzle at the Hope Library on Jan. 11. (Chris Duchaine/ Black Press)
Ray and Pat Daws take a break during the Hope Library Third Annual Jigsaw Competition. (Chris Duchaine/ Black Press)
Teams of four work on identical 500-piece puzzles at the Hope Library on Saturday, Jan. 11. (Chris Duchaine/ Black Press)
Paulus Scholten covers his eyes as his team completes a 500-piece puzzle at the Third Annual Jigsaw Puzzle Competition at the Hope Library on Jan. 11. (Chris Duchaine/ Black Press)
The winning team of Paulus Scholten, Steve Wilson, Dyan Davies, and Inge Wilson work on their puzzle at the Hope Library on Jan. 11. (Chris Duchaine/ Black Press)

Five teams competed on Saturday in the Third Annual Jigsaw Competition at the Hope Library, with players racing to complete identical 500-piece puzzles.

Demonstrating their skills once again, Paulus Scholten, Dyan Davies, Steve Wilson, and Inge Wilson came out victorious for another year, ultimately taking home the crowns and winner’s trophy.

LOOKING BACK: First puzzle champions crowned at the Hope Library


 

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