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Scarecrows on Parade

Emma Garrard/Sierra Sun"Save Mart Darth" made by Tahoe Lake School's 5th grade class was second place in the local schools category.

The Tahoe City Downtown Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2008 Scarecrows on Parade contest. There were more than 60 scarecrow entries and judging was tough. The scarecrows were divided into two categories and the winners were chosen by Tahoe City community members.

In the local schools youth category first place was awarded to the third grade class at Tahoe Lake School for “Broken Bones” displayed at US Bank and second place went to the fifth grade class at Tahoe Lake School for “Save Mart Darth” in front of the Tahoe City Fire Station. In the merchant division first place was won by El Dorado Savings for “Molly Money” the scarecrow bank teller, and second place was won by Rosie’s Cafe. Lastly congratulations to Jonathan Adams who won the Scarecrow Ballot Raffle and received a $25 Gift Card!

Tahoe City Downtown Association would like to recognize and thank all of the student and business participants for their creative and enthusiastic efforts during the Tahoe City Harvest Festival.

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