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The winner in DBusiness' previous Eye Spy Contest was Kyle Green. He correctly named the object as a shillelagh or wooden walking stick. It is on display at O'Connor's Public House in downtown Rochester. Kyle won the two-box book set of The Way It Was, by Hour Detroit’s George Bulanda.

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