Scarecrow contest at Cumberland County elementary school celebrates good deeds students

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — There was some Halloween fun at Cumberland County school on Friday, Oct. 29, when Eisenhower Elementary in Camp Hill held a party complete with a parade.

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As part of the Lion P.R.I.D.E initiative, which stands for Positive attitude, Respect, Integrity, Diversity, and Excellence, students earn lion paw prints when doing a good deed or following expectations, which can lead to prizes or an activity, like this contest.

Third through fifth grades took part in a scarecrow contest. Their creations welcomed people at classroom doors. abc27’s Valerie Pritchett served as a judge at this year’s contest.

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