Scarecrow contest was a scary good time

The merchants of Ladner Village had a great time this Halloween with their spooky scarecrow contest.

According to organizer Angela Husvik, there were contestants from 38 businesses and more than 400 public votes at Stir and Localz.

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This year’s judges were Adina Shore at Billie’s Barbershop, Dave Strutt at Dave’s Pop Culture and Naomi Botkin at West Coast Seeds.

The overall winner was Lordco’s “Swamp Man”. They forfeited their grand prize of quarter-page full color ad in the Delta Optimist, which wound up going to Atomic’s “Norma & Tiffany”, who had the most People’s Choice votes. The list of winners has been posted on the Instagram page Ladner Scares and the Facebook page Ladner Village Scarecrow Contest. Thank you also to our prize donors: The Delta Optimist, Atomic Hair Studio, Angela’s, South Delta Heels, Muddy River Landing, Napa Auto Parts, Lordco Auto Parts, Well + Able, Delta Village Chiropractic, Dunbar Lumber and Taverna Gorgona.

We look forward to doing it all again next year!

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