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Courthouse hosts pumpkin contest

 


The Montgomery County Courthouse is asking everyone to help them support local food banks while enjoying the Halloween season by voting for your favorite pumpkin at the courthouse.

Courthouse staff have worked hard decorating pumpkins for Halloween and need your help in deciding which is the best. Each pumpkin represents a different office in the courthouse. All you have to do to vote is visit the Montgomery County Courthouse and vote on which pumpkin you prefer.

Pumpkins offer a wide variety of design and style with the artists drawing inspiration from the presidential office to Harry Potter and all points in between.

To vote you just visit the Courthouse and place $1 for each vote in the bucket for the pumpkin of your choosing.

Voting will continue through the end of October. All proceeds will be divided evenly between food banks at Caddo Hills, Mount Ida and Oden Schools.

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