Joan Dudoward won a Hammy t-shirt with her photo of the buck with his tongue sticking out. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Hammy contest winners

Many photos were submitted in November, but the top two were selected to win the Hammy T-shirt

The Northern View asked residents to send in their best photos of Hammy the deer by noon on Nov. 30 and we have two winners.

After going through many photos, Bill Shepert and Joan Dudoward were selected to receive a “Have you seen him?” T-shirt by Frances Riley of Haley Apparel.

Thank you to everyone who submitted their photos of the buck who once had wore a crown of purple threads.

READ MORE: Hammock deer has celebrity status



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Before the hammock was removed from his antlers, this is one of the winning Hammy photos by Joan Dudoward. (Joan Dudoward photo)

Bill Shepert won a Hammy t-shirt with his photo of Hammy, taken from inside his office. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Winning Hammy photo taken outside Bill Shepert’s office window. (Bill Shepert photo)

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