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March 13, 2014 at 12:20 PM

Meet the Peeps! Announcing contest winners for 2014

This year we had more than 200 entries for the annual Peeps Contest presented by The Seattle Times and Bartell Drugs.

The winner of the 2014 grand prize, Gretchen Crossley, plans to donate her winnings (worth $500) to help Oso mudslide victims. Read more about this year’s winners and see them in the newspaper on Easter Sunday, April 20, in the Arts & Life section.

Adult Grand Prize ($500): “Peeps 101” by Gretchen Crossley

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Adult First Place ($300): “Seattle Peephawks Trophy” by Debbie Doty and Kerry Smith

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Kids’ (12 and under) Grand Prize ($500):

“Mudbunny plays on the Space Needle” by Sylvia Kern

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Kids’ First Place ($300): “Marilyn Peeproe” by Harper Meyerson

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Honorable mention prizes ($75 each)

Hawks Mania: “Peepmode” by G. Corrigan

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TV & Movies: “Dr. Who 50th Anniversapeep” by Suscha and Ilah Walker

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Historical Events: “Ancient Egyptian Peeps”

by Wendy Lawrence, Cathy Watson and Kathleen Pate

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Seattle Special: “Seattle Peeps Wall” by Avery Anderson

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The “Peep-le’s Choice” awards selected through online voting ($100 each):

Adult division: “Little Peep of Horrors”

by Marta Olson and members of the backstage crew of “Little Shop of Horrors”

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Kids’ division (tie): “Desolation of Peeps” by Graham Griswold

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“Peepajawea and the Expedition of Merripeeper Lewis and Williapeep Clark”

by Cicely Griswold

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All the entries for the 2014 Peeps Contest

2013 Peeps Contest winners

2012 Peeps Contest winners

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