Winners of WSFA.COM's "Find the Hidden Pot of Gold" contest - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Winners of WSFA.COM's "Find the Hidden Pot of Gold" contest

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Today is St. Patrick's Day and to celebrate, we asked our Facebook and Twitter fans to hunt down the pot of gold hidden on WSFA.COM.

A lot of people emailed to say they couldn't find it, but a few managed to pull it off!

If you aren't a fan of WSFA.COM's Facebook and Twitter pages, what are you waiting for? We'll keep you connected while you surf the social networking sites.

JOIN US -  FACEBOOK PAGES or TWITTER PAGES

OUR CONFIRMED WINNERS TODAY INCLUDE:

Lucinda Hoffmaster of Montgomery

Sandra Hutchinson of Camden

Jeannie McCollum of Auburn

Jacqui Odell of Daleville

Larry Hall of Eclectic

Tara Robison of Prattville

Cathy Ricketts of Pine Level

Kathryn Robinson of Montgomery

Cathy Stodghill of Goodwater

Cheryl Banes of Montgomery

Shannon Maher of Montgomery

Donald Kent of Millbrook

Kellie Ashley of Montgomery

Pam Barnes of Opelika

Nikki Hancock of Wetumpka

Ashley Thomas of Montgomery

Bob Lamberth of Union Springs

Rodney Simmons of Montgomery

Mary Ayers of Union Springs

Angie Robinson of Kellyton

Allison Adams of Pine Level (Happy 29th birthday!)

Ryan Lemanski of Ozark

Debbie Hill of Auburn

CONGRATULATIONS TO EACH OF YOU!

For those who don't believe there ever was a pot of gold, and there were a few, here's the link to see it yourself. http://www.wsfa.com/Global/category.asp?C=1597&nav=menu33_9

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