Scarecrows encourage Halloween suggestion in downtown Maryville

October 21, 2015 - accent chair

Fearless

Fearless

Whether or not it wins a annual Maryville Downtown Improvement Organization’s scarecrow contest, this entrance during Carson’s Sports Grille on a west side of a building block is really a Bearcats fan.

Keeping a faith

Keeping a faith

This scarecrow in front of a Strong Strong law organisation during 124 E. Third St. in Maryville is swelling recognition about some-more than Halloween by displaying a “faith” symbol and a tone many compared with a quarrel to find a heal for breast cancer.

Fall flip

Fall flip

The scarecrow during a Maryville Florists emporium during 214 N. Main St. is apparently conduct over heels about a fact that Halloween is scarcely here. A sum of 16 businesses and organizations on and around a building block are participating in this year’s scarecrow foe orderly by a Maryville Downtown Improvement Organization.

The Wiz

The Wiz

Rod Couts, owners of Accent Advertising Signs, 114 E. Third St., has taken a page out of “The Wizard of Oz” for his entrance in this year’s downtown scarecrow contest. The leader of this year’s foe will be selected Oct. 23, and scarecrows via a executive business district will sojourn on arrangement by Halloween.

Safe, not scary

Safe, not scary

While many of displays set adult for a Maryville Downtown Improvement Organization’s second annual scarecrow foe are merely festive, this span of pumpkin-heads during a Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments bureau on West Third Street is propelling motorists to stay protected and wear their chair belts.



Posted: Wednesday, Oct 21, 2015 6:30 am

Scarecrows encourage Halloween suggestion in downtown Maryville

By TONY BROWN
News editor

maryvilledailyforum.com

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For a second year in a quarrel a Maryville Downtown Improvement Organization is operative to get a executive business district into a Halloween suggestion by sponsoring a storefront scarecrow contest.

A sum of 16 businesses and organizations are participating in this year’s promotion, that has a settled goals of fostering village spirit, attracting people into a downtown area, and pitter-patter adult support for a stores, shops, and offices handling on and nearby a square.

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