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Public Arts Commission announces winners of Winter Yard Art Challenge

The Public Arts Commission (PAC) announced the winners of the first Winter Yard Art Challenge. PAC invited community members to nominate yard art they believed to be the most creative and innovative displays of expressions in public places. Nomin...

The Public Arts Commission (PAC) announced the winners of the first Winter Yard Art Challenge.

PAC invited community members to nominate yard art they believed to be the most creative and innovative displays of expressions in public places.

Nominations included yard art that featured lights and electronics, displays that addressed the winter theme and expressions, according to a PAC news release.

Winners of the Winter Yard Art Challenge are:

• Richard and Coleen Asche, 2014 Wintergreen Court

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• Timothy and Meredith Baumann, 3206 King Place

• Michael and Laura Ann Bisenius, 415 23rd Ave. S.

• Patrick and Jane Hughes, 1001 Almonte Ave.

• James and Robin Murphy, 1714 Lewis Blvd.

• Daniel and Joan Otto, 1819 South 20th St.

• Terry and Shelly Overbo, 214 49th Ave. S.

• Gary and Kim Soper, 1204 Chestnut St.

• Richard and LoAnn Stallmo, 528 11th St. S.E., East Grand Forks

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• Brian and Cindy Strom, 1205 16th St. S.

• Richard Swatlowski, 908 5th St. N.

Honorary recognition was given to AgCountry Farm Credit Services for the Best Commercial Display and Woodland Circle for Best Neighborhood Display.

Winners will be recognized at an awards reception at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the North Dakota Museum of Art . Awards include original handmade ornaments by Badman Design or a selection of tickets to local arts events.

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