Scarecrows of Main Contest Voting Now Open

October 05, 2021

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Vote Now for Your Favorite Scarecrows

Public voting for Main Street Greeneville’s twelfth annual “Scarecrows of Main” competition is now open. Vote for your favorite scarecrows, in all categories, via the following link at or by dropping off your votes to the Main Street office at 310 S Main Street. Use the Entry Number or display name to cast your vote. There are several categories so pick your favorites. Voting remains open through Sunday, October 24th. There are 8 different categories: Residential, group/organization, business or youth. Votes will be tabulated based on the category selected on the entry form. Twenty-five scarecrows are entered in this year’s contest which is sponsored by Broyles General Store located at 730 West Main St. The winner in each category will receive a $25.00 Broyles General Store gift certificate, a winner’s certificate and bragging rights. Winning entries will be so marked and identified.

One overall winner will be judged virtually by out of area judges.

Where are they?

The display area includes the eighteen block downtown area known as the Main Street District along with Main Street from the 11E Bypass to Crescent School.

Entries may be found at: 607 W Main St; 510 W Main St; multiple entries at 310 S Main St. (Andrew Johnson Complex); AJ Homestead, S Main St; 201 S Main St; 102 S Main St; 101 W Summer St; 125 W Summer St; 255 W Summer St; 124 N Main St; 214 N Main St; 216 N Main St; 218 N Main St; 301 N Main St; 307 N Main St; 104 N College St; and 115 Academy St

All entries will be on display to the public from now to Friday, November 5th.

Michael Reneau, Event Chairman with Main Street: Greeneville said, “We hope folks will come to downtown Greeneville to enjoy community members’ creativity again in the ’Scarecrows of Main’ event. Thank you to the business, groups, and individuals who help us enjoy autumn. Come see the scarecrows, pick your favorites, and vote at”