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Entries due in Granby Scarecrow Contest by Oct. 22

The Granby Chamber of Commerce is conducting its annual Scarecrow Contest again this year.

Prizes will be awarded for Most Humorous/Creative, Most Traditional, Most Appropriate to the Theme of “Wilderness, Wildlife and Wonder” (to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Rocky Mountain National Park) and People’s Choice.

The contest is open to individuals, businesses and groups. Scarecrows can be located anywhere in the town of Granby, but preferably in a downtown location. If you are not located on main street and wish to design and display a scarecrow, the chamber’s front yard is available.

Scarecrows must be entered in the contest to be included in the judging. Entries should be on display by 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22. Contest rules and entry forms are available from the Granby Chamber of Commerce, 475 E. Agate Ave., or by email at granbychamber@aol.com.

Call Gayle Langley, 970-887-2311, with questions.

Winners will be announced at Trick-or-Treat Main Street in downtown Granby on Oct. 31.

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