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People Choice winner is Squarecrow #14, HOSA entry
From Ellen Zornes Scarecrows will remain on display through Halloween and Treats on the Town
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From Ellen Zornes
The tablulations are complete and the winner of the Peoples Choice award, selected by popular vote of Downtown Days Festival goers today, is Squarecrow #14 HOSA Club of Adair County High School. In addition to the prestige, the People's Choice Award winner also received a $25 cash prize.
The HOSA Entry also won $75 for its second place finish as selected by the Festival Judges. With the Peoples Choice Award, the HOSA entry match the cash earnings of the First Place winner in the Festival, entry #24, Dollhouse Daycare, a very elaborate display with about one dozen individual parent participation projects. PHOTO
. Both earned a total of $100 each, Dollhouse Daycare in one prize, HOSA with two totaling the same amount.
Third Place, a prize of $25, was won by the National Art Honor Society at Adair County High School for their entry, Vincent van Gogh PHOTO. The Squarecrow exhibits will continue be left in their positions through Halloween, Saturday, October 31, 2015, and another huge favorite with South Central Kentucky Festival Goers, "Treats on the Town."
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