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Merrimack scarecrows contest benefits American Diabetes Association

MERRIMACK – The Merrimack Lions Club is planning a scarecrow fundraiser, with all proceeds going to the American Diabetes Association.

Anyone will be able to buy a pre-painted face on burlap and a “T” frame to create a scarecrow. These can be purchased at the Merrimack Public Library from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays in September and October until the supply runs out. Be on the lookout for other locations where they will be sold. ...

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MERRIMACK – The Merrimack Lions Club is planning a scarecrow fundraiser, with all proceeds going to the American Diabetes Association.

Anyone will be able to buy a pre-painted face on burlap and a “T” frame to create a scarecrow. These can be purchased at the Merrimack Public Library from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays in September and October until the supply runs out. Be on the lookout for other locations where they will be sold.

The scarecrow kit is $20, and includes the face, frame and directions. Put your creative ideas together and dress your scarecrow. The finished scarecrows can be displayed through October. First-, second- and third-place awards will be given to the most creative scarecrows.

To participate in the contest, send a digital picture to merrimacklions@gmail.com or mail a photo to Merrimack Lions Club, P.O. Box 246, Merrimack, NH 03054 by Oct. 25. Include your name and address.

For more information, call Pat Fuller at 365-6318 or Danielle Powell at 661-9356.