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These People Went All Out for the Pat Collins Snow Stick Challenge

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    Pat Collins' Snow Stick Challenge asked people to "get creative." And boy, did they.

    As he does anytime there's measurable snow, News4's Pat Collins took his trusty Snow Stick (follow the Stick on Twitter here) down to the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Fessenden Street Tuesday.

    First, he spent a little time with D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, who measured the snow for Pat. It clocked in at 3 inches on the Snow Stick.

    DC Mayor Visits Pat Collins Ahead of Snow Stick ChallengeDC Mayor Visits Pat Collins Ahead of Snow Stick Challenge

    D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser visited News4's Pat Collins as he kicked of the Snow Stick Challenge.

    (Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017)

    Then, Pat issued his challenge: Show St. Patrick's Day spirit in the snow.

    Snow Stick Challenge Entries Hoping for Luck of the IrishSnow Stick Challenge Entries Hoping for Luck of the Irish

    With a snow storm just a few days before the holiday, the official Pat Collins Snow Stick challenge took on a St. Patrick's Day theme. News4's Pat Collins has a look at some of the entries.

    (Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017)

    The most creative pose would be honored with a replica Pat Collins Snow Stick, which has measured blizzards in the D.C. area for decades. 

    Pat Collins Issues His Snowstick Challenge -- to MusicPat Collins Issues His Snowstick Challenge -- to Music

    Pat Collins issues the Pat Collins Snow Stick Challenge -- and, fittingly, he is joined by dancers from the Culkin School of Traditional Irish Dance.

    (Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017)

    The submissions were immediate and creative. Seems no one will miss a chance to goof off in the snow! 

    Wearin' of the Green in the White StuffWearin' of the Green in the White Stuff

    More of our favorite entries from the Pat Collins Snow Stick Challenge, which had a St. Patrick's Day theme for this storm.

    (Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017)

    Now, Pat (and the stick) have to judge the entries Wednesday. The finalists -- and the winner -- will be announced on News4 Wednesday afternoon.