It’s one of our most popular contests of the year and it’s back again in celebration of Mother’s Day. It’s our 12th Annual Mother-Daughter Look-a-Like Contest, and every year the quality of the entries doesn’t fail to amaze us.

How to Enter 

The deadline to enter is Friday, May 1, at 5 p.m. Entering is easy. Just complete the form HERE.

Attach a photo of the two of you together and you’re entered to win. The only rule is that both the mother and daughter must be living.

Our staff judges the initial entries and narrows them down to 12 semifinalists. All of the semifinalists are featured in our pre-Mother’s Day issue of Thurs., May 7. The photos are also featured in our online electronic-edition and on our website.


Each year, we select a panel of celebrity judges who select the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. However, there’s still another way to win – The People’s Choice Award. People vote on the poll on the front page of our website. Online voting is from May 4 -15. So when people ask you what you want for Mother’s Day, tell them you want them to cast their vote for you in the Mother-Daughter Look-a-Like People’s Choice Contest.

We’re still working hard – despite the pandemic – to put together an enjoyable package of prizes for all four positions – 1st, 2nd, 3rd and People’s Choice. All winners are featured in the May 21 issue of The Community Voice, this time with an article about the mother and daughter.


There aren’t very many:

We’ve already told you, both the mother and daughter must be alive

Here’s a good rule – An individual can win People’s Choice and still win 1st, 2nd or 3rd Place

If you’ve entered the contest before you can enter again, unless you placed (1st, 2nd, 3rd or People’s Choice).

Here are a few pointers: Clear photos help. Try to get both of your heads faced the same way, and having your heads side-by-side helps the judges compare.


We are working hard, in spite of the pandemic, to put together great prize packages that always include prizes for both the mom and the daughter. While the gifts are nice, we’re not Oprah, and everyone will not get a car. But from what we hear, the real prize – beyond bragging rights – is the fun and joy had by both the mom and daughter as they work together on this project.

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