September 15, 2014

Children haunt the streets for Halloween

Sherry Barnum
First-grade students show off their costumes.
Sherry Barnum
Students exchange popcorn bags during the parade through Sterling.
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A student shakes his popcorn.
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Mrs. Collier, right, leads her class through Sterling for the parade.
Kevin Bunch
Standish kids visit the county courthouse hoping for some treats. From left, Carrington Sharp, 1, Madde Darabos, 2, Eli Darabos, 2 months, and Rick Sharp, 2.
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The Cat in the Hat and his associates hang out in the county courthouse, handing out candy to kids walking through.
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Kindergarten teacher Kendra Adrian walks alongside Ashley Adrian in the Halloween parade.
Kevin Bunch
Clowns, pharaohs and monsters are just some of the costumes that were on display in the Standish Elementary Halloween parade.
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Ashley Curtis poses alongside teacher Michelle Sullivan in the parade.
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Captain America strikes a pose in the Halloween parade in Standish.
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Joshua Biorbeau shows off his Tin Man costume in the parade.
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Jessie and Sami Kopasz and Lucas Thibault pose in their costumes in the parade.
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Kids begin marching down Cass Street for the Standish Elementary Halloween parade. All 453 students at the school were allowed to participate.
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Ms. Shelly Kusey’s first-grade class at Standish Elementary gathers around before the parade to show off their costumes.
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Children in the Arenac County communities braved the cold weather in search of candy and fun on Halloween, all while wearing a variety of colorful costumes.

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