First place in this year’s IRF Door Decorating Contest business category went to Marlene’s Sewing and Alterations and Tiny Toes Boutique, which included a decorated window reminiscent of year’s past.
Hair, Tanning and Beyond’s entry took second prize in this year’s IRF Door Decorating Contest. It featured rice in a variety of forms, as well as implements used to farm rice.
The third place winner in this year’s IRF door decorating business category went to Crowley City Hall. Saja Hoffpauir, right, of the Crowley Garden Club, presents a ribbon to, from left, Jackie Richard and City of Crowley Tourism Director Charlotte Jeffers.
The front door of their residence was elegantly swagged with an abundance of rice. INSET: Judges Marlene Brantley, president of the Crowley Garden Club, and Dr. Ezora Proctor of the West Crowley Beautification Board hang the first place ribbon on the Chiassons’ side door, which was also overflowing with rice.
Dolores Cryer’s well-decorated home took second place in the IRF Door Decorating Contest residential category.
In conjunction with the 81st International Rice Festival, the Crowley Garden Club sponsored a Door Decorating Contest with both business and residential categories.