Entries from last year's Bombaii Cutters Carving Contest are on display. Submitted photo

Kirkland salon hosts pumpkin carving contest

Bombaii Cutters is hosting its annual Pumpkin Carving Contest through noon Oct. 31.

  • Tuesday, October 25, 2016 9:30am
  • Business

Bombaii Cutters is hosting its annual Pumpkin Carving Contest through noon Oct. 31.

Salon staff and clients are encouraged to bring in carved or decorated pumpkins during normal business hours to enter in the contest. The winner will receive a $50 gift certificate, and staff members will receive cash prizes.

Everyone is invited to stop by the salon, located at 122 Kirkland Ave., for treats and to vote for the best pumpkin.

This is taken from a news release from Bombaii Cutters.

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