Scarecrow Festival Entertains

The Inter-Mountain photos by Haley Gordon Claire Channell, dressed as Princess Ana from ‘Frozen,’ plays with cornhole beanbags in the street at the second annual Scarecrow Festival Oct. 26 in downtown Elkins.
Davis Memorial Presbetyrian Church won one of the Youth Prizes during the Scarecrow Festival on Oct. 26 for their creative Headless Horseman scarecrow. The church also was recognized by the community for their creative scarecrow by winning the People’s Choice Award.
Johnson’s Realty was announced as the winner for the Creative Freeform award Saturday at the Scarecrow Festival. Their scarecrows were interactive with a ‘your face here’ theme.
Children simulate weather anomalies at the INTERACT Childrens Museum table during the Scarecrow Festival.
Elkins Mountain School was another recipient of a Youth Prize at the Scarecrow Festival. Not pictured is the third winner, not to be confused with third place, Tygarts Valley High School’s Art and Key Clubs.
Bikers Against Child Abuse give little Saige a temporary tattoo at the Scarecrow Festival on Oct. 26.