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Costume contest open to originality

Costume contest open to originality

October 05, 2003

If you can turn a sheet into a ghost or a trash bag into a goblin, turn your creativity into cash by entering The Herald-Mail's Halloween Costume Contest.

We'll give the most innovative costume designer $50, and we will publish a photo of you modeling your costume in the paper's Friday, Oct. 31, edition. The top three runners-up also will have their photos published on Halloween.

Here are the rules:

No store-bought costumes are allowed, but store-bought props, such as a witch's hat, may be used in moderation. However, entrants who demonstrate the most creativity and originality will win.

Fill out the entry form, which will be in the Food section of Wednesday's editions of The Daily Mail and The Morning Herald. Be sure to include a brief description of your costume and the materials you used to create it.

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Include a photograph of your costume on you or someone else.

Get your entry to The Herald-Mail before noon Friday, Oct. 24. You can bring it to 100 Summit Ave. in Hagerstown, or mail it to The Herald-Mail, c/o Costume Contest, P.O. Box 439, Hagerstown, MD 21741.

The contest is open to people of all ages. Employees of The Herald-Mail and their families may not participate. Families may submit more than one costume entry.

Good luck!

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