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Arboretum's Scarecrow Trail adds to autumn ambience

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Forty-five scarecrows decorated by area Girl Scout and Cub Scout troops are on display through this month at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, including "Windy City Scarecrow" by a troop at Waterbury Elementary School in Roselle.

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Theo Marchand, 5, of Naperville, and his mother Julia Marchand check out "Nature Bob Solar Pants," a scarecrow made by a Scout troop from Arbor View School in Glen Ellyn.

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"Rain Drops Keep Falling on My Head," a scarecrow designed by Scouts from St. Walter School in Roselle, provides an ideal photographic backdrop.

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Theo Marchand, 5, of Naperville, examines a scarecrow called "Together We Can Do Anything" by Scouts from Hammerschmidt Elementary School in Lombard.

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"Cookie Loving Scarecrow," designed by Scouts from Briar Glen Elementary School in Wheaton, is one of 45 scarecrows on display this month at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle.

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"Earth's Minions Unite!" was designed by Scouts from Churchill Elementary School in Glen Ellyn.

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The Scarecrow Trail, featuring 45 figures designed and decorated by area Girl and Boy Scouts will once again provide a visual highlight this fall at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle.
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    • Forty-five scarecrows decorated by area Girl Scout and Cub Scout troops are on display through this month at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, including “Windy City Scarecrow” by a troop at Waterbury Elementary School in Roselle.
    • Theo Marchand, 5, of Naperville, and his mother Julia Marchand check out “Nature Bob Solar Pants,” a scarecrow made by a Scout troop from Arbor View School in Glen Ellyn.
    • “Rain Drops Keep Falling on My Head,” a scarecrow designed by Scouts from St. Walter School in Roselle, provides an ideal photographic backdrop.
    • Theo Marchand, 5, of Naperville, examines a scarecrow called “Together We Can Do Anything” by Scouts from Hammerschmidt Elementary School in Lombard.
    • “Cookie Loving Scarecrow,” designed by Scouts from Briar Glen Elementary School in Wheaton, is one of 45 scarecrows on display this month at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle.
    • “Earth’s Minions Unite!” was designed by Scouts from Churchill Elementary School in Glen Ellyn.
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