Lo­cals Cel­e­brate Hal­loween

McDonald County Press - - FRONT PAGE - PHO­TOS BY ME­GAN DAVIS/ MCDON­ALD COUNTY PRESS

See pho­tos from Hal­loween cel­e­bra­tions

around the county.

Os­car the Grouch takes a break from his cranky re­spon­si­bil­i­ties to share treats with Damian John­son, 2, and his mother. The two fam­ily mem­bers were dressed as char­ac­ters from Grease.

Hal­loween is for all ages, as proven by 2-year-old Damian John­son, who passed out candy to a trunk or treater dressed as an el­derly woman — walker in­cluded.

Staff with Free­man Am­bu­lance Ser­vices re­pu­porsed a gur­ney into a treat tray to serve youth dur­ing An­der­son’s an­nual cos­tume pa­rade in Town Hole.

An­der­son Ele­men­tary’s ther­apy dog, Mizz, took part in the cos­tume pa­rade through Town Hole dis­guised as a pea­cock.

Stilt-walk­ing skele­ton, Will Sharples, wowed, waved at and high-fived cos­tumed kids as they pa­raded around Town Hole on Hal­loween.

McDon­ald County Liv­ing Cen­ter staff donned their spook­i­est witch and war­lock cos­tumes to pass out candy in Town Hole last week.

Sheila John­son and her side­kick, Lit­tle Girl, both par­tic­i­pate in the hol­i­day. John­son said her cos­tume strives to re­flect cot­ton candy vibes.

Mem­bers of the An­der­son Fire De­part­ment com­pli­ment one trunk or treater on his cre­ative, cus­tom fire­fighter gear.

Some cos­tumes took on­look­ers back in time, such as this South­ern belle, com­plete with a lace para­sol.

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