Community members celebrate Halloween with parade, trick-or-treating

Students and staff at G.T. Norman Elementary School were dressed in their Halloween best on Tuesday afternoon.

Battling moments of snow flurries and blustering winds, the students in colorful wigs, scary masks and creative makeup paraded around the block of the school to preview their festive Halloween costumes for moms, dads and grandparents. (Pioneer photos/Brandon Fountain)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brookside Elementary School students lined up outside of the building Tuesday afternoon, forming a parade of colorful costumes for their families to see. As part of the Halloween festivity, Brookside staff handed out treats and toys to students. (Pioneer photos/Meghan Gunther-Haas)

 

 

 

To start off their morning of Halloween-themed fun, students at Riverview Elementary School learned the steps to the “Monster Mash.” Students and staff then put their new moves to the test in a school-wide dance.

 

 

 

After school ended for the day, families began trick-or-treating or trunk-or-treating around the area, including at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, where Francis Curtice (pictured) and her family gathered candy along the rows of cars.

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