The group pictured here won awards in various best-costume categories (i.e. funniest/scariest) in the Oct. 31 school community Halloween Parade held at noon-hour

Creativity earns prizes at Sxoxomic school Halloween party

Awards for various types of best-costume categories were awarded for the Sxoxomic School Halloween party at Alkali Lake.

 

The group pictured here won awards in various best-costume categories (i.e. funniest/scariest) in the Oct. 31 school community Halloween Parade held at noon-hour, for Halloween Day in the Sxoxomic School gymnasium at Alkali Lake. Pictured are  Anne Dick (ghost back left), Waylon Harry (clown) and Jimmy Belleau (umbrella man), Chief Fred Robbins (ape front left), Sky Johnson (vampire girl), Norma Sure (pregnant waddle-duck) and Tyson Paul (vampire/ghoul).

 

 

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