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Cake ‘artistry’ in Northborough

Catherine shows off her cake that she wrote "I wish I were an Oscar Meyer Wiener" on. She won first place for "Most Unique Cake."

Catherine shows off her cake that she wrote “I wish I were an Oscar Meyer Wiener” on. She won first place for “Most Unique Cake.”

Northborough – Local teens were given the opportunity to show off their creativity in cake decorating in a contest held July 24 at the Northborough Free Library. The teens were each given 45 minutes to decorate a cake in whatever way they liked.

Photos/Fallon Keenan

Sarah proudly shows off her cake and award for "Most Frosting Used" at the contest.

Sarah proudly shows off her cake and award for “Most Frosting Used” at the contest.

Teen Coordinator Bonny Krantz carefully judges the cakes with her assistant, Robie.

Teen Coordinator Bonny Krantz carefully judges the cakes with her assistant, Robie.

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