2003-10-31 / Community

Costumed Kids March For Halloween

Costumed Kids March For Halloween


That’s Lori Harnisher behind the Michael Jackson mask holding Jacob Harnisher who is dressed as a frog. Lori’s mask appears more intact and resilient than the real McCoy!That’s Lori Harnisher behind the Michael Jackson mask holding Jacob Harnisher who is dressed as a frog. Lori’s mask appears more intact and resilient than the real McCoy!
These candy-coated kids looked great at the Halloween parade sponsored by the Broad Channel Volunteer Fire Department, last Saturday, on Cross Bay Boulevard. Brothers John, left, Isaac, second from right, Thomas, right, and cousin Dorothy, second from left. They’re last names are all Daudelin, but we want to know if they’re from the peanut or milk chocolate family!These candy-coated kids looked great at the Halloween parade sponsored by the Broad Channel Volunteer Fire Department, last Saturday, on Cross Bay Boulevard. Brothers John, left, Isaac, second from right, Thomas, right, and cousin Dorothy, second from left. They’re last names are all Daudelin, but we want to know if they’re from the peanut or milk chocolate family!Are we glad they weren’t hungry! Riley Steiner, left, and Patrick Minihane were more friendly than fierce.Are we glad they weren’t hungry! Riley Steiner, left, and Patrick Minihane were more friendly than fierce.

Liam Malsy took a break from fighting crime to attend the Broad Channel Halloween Parade. He swung into town on a thread made of spiderweb.Liam Malsy took a break from fighting crime to attend the Broad Channel Halloween Parade. He swung into town on a thread made of spiderweb.The parade began at 17 Road and continued to the Broad Channel Athletic Club’s Memorial Field, where there was great Halloween music playing and other attractions.The parade began at 17 Road and continued to the Broad Channel Athletic Club’s Memorial Field, where there was great Halloween music playing and other attractions.

Anthony Ciappetta, as Winnie the Pooh, kept his eyes peeled for honey.Anthony Ciappetta, as Winnie the Pooh, kept his eyes peeled for honey.Jamie Arnemann, left, and Brittany Mantz had fun at the parade.Jamie Arnemann, left, and Brittany Mantz had fun at the parade.

That’s no Great White, that’s a great costume. Brandon Locurto’s mom scored this nifty getup on E-Bay.That’s no Great White, that’s a great costume. Brandon Locurto’s mom scored this nifty getup on E-Bay.Amber Walters holds her little pumpkin, Jennifer.Amber Walters holds her little pumpkin, Jennifer.

This sheriff doesn’t kid around when it comes to Halloween. Joshua Harnisher, with help from the 100 Precinct, kept the parade safe.This sheriff doesn’t kid around when it comes to Halloween. Joshua Harnisher, with help from the 100 Precinct, kept the parade safe.Rachel Roesch, right, had a cute dress, a tiara, and a carriage too. That’s her mom, Michelle, on the left.Rachel Roesch, right, had a cute dress, a tiara, and a carriage too. That’s her mom, Michelle, on the left.

This little sleeping snowman’s name is Hunter Blake.This little sleeping snowman’s name is Hunter Blake.There are advantages to traveling by little red wagon, instead of broomstick, when you’re a tired witch. Brianna Sartor takes a nap towards the end of the parade route.There are advantages to traveling by little red wagon, instead of broomstick, when you’re a tired witch. Brianna Sartor takes a nap towards the end of the parade route.

This little Simba is the joy of the pride. That’s Jake Kase with his mother, Alison.This little Simba is the joy of the pride. That’s Jake Kase with his mother, Alison.

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