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Photos: Scaring up fun in Cutchogue

Cutchogue library, Cutchogue Historical Soceity
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | Heather Carita, 11, (in foreground) and Mikayla Osmer, 11, both of Cutchogue, work on their scarecrow.

The Cutchogue New Suffolk Library, in cooperation with the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council and Friends of Library, held its annual scarecrow decorating contest Saturday afternoon on the Village Green.

Contestants created one-of-a-kind scarecrows using hay, jewelry, masks, and old clothing.

Prizes were awarded to each scarecrow in several different categories, such as “most hairy” and “most athletic.”

See photos below:

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