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UPDATE: Hey Campbell, Find This!

Have you seen this before? Can you say exactly where it is?

Each week on Campbell Patch, we will feature a picture taken somewhere in the community, along with a written clue.

If no one comes close to guessing after a day goes by, we'll post another clue. The first reader who guesses the location correctly will win bragging rights and a special prize.

*Please submit your guesses about where the picture was taken in the COMMENTS SECTION BELOW. 

Photo and clue for this week:

You probably walk past me all the time but never notice because I'm not at eye level.

Second clue:

I'm not seen from the street. I'm within a complex that people of all ages visit every day. Where am I?

This has been a tough one to crack so this week, we have a third clue:

Hundreds of people, both young and old walk past me everyday. Some come to swim, others to feel fit but everyone leaves feeling just a little bit better. Where am I?

About this column:

"Hey Campbell, Find This!" is a weekly column with a photo of a place or item that I've come across while exploring Campbell. Can you name where it is? Submit your guesses about where the picture was taken in the comments section. The first reader who guesses the location correctly will win bragging rights and a special prize.

Don't know the answer but still want to participate?  Submit a picture you've taken for a future "Hey Campbell, Find This!" and e-mail mayra.marcotte@patch.com with the photo, your name, age and a little something about yourself (whether it's your job, your hobby or whatever else you choose to share).

Judy February 23, 2012 at 04:52 PM
Campbell Community Center
Mayra Flores de Marcotte February 24, 2012 at 05:20 PM
Judy, you are absolutely right! Thank you for playing. :) Please send me an email (mayra.marcotte@patch.com) with your address and I will mail your prize out.
Stephen Allen February 29, 2012 at 04:03 PM
Specifically, Building Q. Right accross from the pool office. These are the ventilation duct covers on the lower part of the building. I noticed these walking by there this morning.

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