|2009 White House Egg Display at Musser Public Library|
|News Releases - Civic News & Info|
|Written by Irene Warschauer|
|Wednesday, 25 March 2009 07:21|
The Musser Public Library in Muscatine will host the Iowa Egg Council’s 2009 White House Easter Egg display throughout the month of April. The exhibition can be viewed until April 30th and then it will move on to another city.
The 19 beautifully decorated eggs in this display are the creations of various Iowa artists. The eggs were entered in the 2009 White House Easter Egg Decorating Contest, held during the 2008 Iowa State Fair. This contest invites Iowa artists to decorate an egg to depict a special feature, theme, icon, or location in/of Iowa. The winning egg is then sent to Washington, D.C. to be on display at the White House during the Easter season.
At this year’s contest, Marjorie Nedjl of Ely won first place, winning a cash prize plus traveling expenses to see her decorated egg displayed at the White House. Second place went to Carolyn Klein of Norwalk, and Marion Smith of Eagle Grove won third place.
Each year the Iowa Egg Council sponsors the White House Easter Egg Decorating Contest during the Iowa State Fair. Entry forms can be requested each year by calling 1-877-IOWAEGG, Ext. 11 or be accessing the website at www.iowaegg.org.
Contact Info: Irene Warschauer, Office Manager, Musser Public Library, Ph: 563-263-3065, iwarschauer@
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