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Vote For Sculptures To Win A Prize

(SIOUX CITY, IA) - You can now pick up a ballot to vote for your favorite piece of art for this year's Sculpt Siouxland exhibit in downtown Sioux City.

Once the votes are in, there will be two winners: the People's Choice Award from voters 15 and older and the Children's Choice Award from votes from children 14 and younger.
 
"It really just encourages people to get out there, to see the sculptures, to notice them, to just kind of take part in some of the things that the community has to offer and like I said, it let's us know what the community likes and what we're doing right and what we can improve on," said Jacki Kelly, Vice President of Sculpt Siouxland.

Even the voters can win a cash prize from a ballot drawing. Voting ends November 1.
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