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To the Editor:
The ninth annual Scarecrows on the Square was a success again this year thanks to the weather and the hard work and donations of business and people in the community.

The committee that organizes the event would like to especially thank Connie Trushel for dressing as the scarecrow for the school children, Chuck and Carol Lutton for their help throughout the whole process, Amy Rutledge for assisting and promoting the event, Masonic Lodge #124 for providing food and drink the day of the event, ACE Hardware for their donation of supplies, Ashtons 5 and 10 for supplies to decorate pumpkins, all the businesses that participated in the scavenger hunt, the Puch’s for the small pumpkins to decorate, John Dendak for providing music and sound equipment the day of the event, the Village of Carrollton, Pat and Denny Roudebush for assisting the day of the event, and Holly Dodds for setting up the scavenger hunt and assistance the day of the event.

Without these groups, people, and businesses, this event would not be the success it has been each year. The scarecrows will remain around Public Square and in front of businesses through Oct. 10.

Scarecrows Committee
Andrew Dodds

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