Selkirk’s scarecrows look a little different this year: 54 pumpkin-head scarerows painted for town’s main streets

Selkirk’s scarecrows look a little different this year: 54 pumpkin-head scarerows painted for town’s main streets
SELKIRK—Pictured are Donnie and Linda Lethbridge at the Selkirk welcome sign on Haldimand Road 53. —Haldimand Press photos by Charlene Papasodaro.

By Charlene Papasodaro

The Haldimand Press

SELKIRK—The Selkirk scarecrows that usually go up around town this time of year look a little different.

In place of the scarecrows that used to greet people along Main Street and Erie Street, there are now brightly painted signs depicting cute scarecrows with pumpkin heads in various dancelike poses.

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