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Camilla holds first Downtown Scarecrow contest

CAMILLA, GA (WALB) -

The city of Camilla holds its first Downtown Scarecrow Contest and City Stroll.
More than 50 scarecrows lined the downtown streets.
The contest includes four categories, kids, family, community, and business.
One business owner says it's a great thing for downtown.

“We've loved it, we've gotten so much positive feedback and it's really brought some people in the store that are wanting to come in and look at the scarecrows a little closer, come into judge and see what everybody has to offer,” said Joy Mobley, Hodges Jewelry Company Owner. “It's just been a lot of fun."

 Downtown shoppers will vote through Friday for the winners that will receive cash prizes.

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