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Puffed-up pumpkin wins decorating prize
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The top finishers in Thursday's pumpkin decorating contest at Tennessee College of Applied Technology are, from left, Catherine Simpson, Sarah Friesel, and winner Lori Malay.
If you’re wondering about a unique way to use nine bags of candy corn, Lori Malay has the answer.She used nine bags to create a pufferfish pumpkin that captured first place Thursday morning in the Tennessee College of Applied Technology’s pumpkin decorating contest.“I got candy corn all over the place and hot glue on the carpet,” said Malay. “I’d eat one and the kids would eat one and then we’d put some on the pumpkin. It took us five hours to complete.