November 22, 2014

Monsters march through Standish, Sterling elementaries during Halloween parades

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Wyatt Quigley, 3, dressed up as Thanksgiving dinner during the parade. He was joined by his mother Dana.
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Students display their costumes as they parade around Sterling Elementary.
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Students display their costumes as they parade around Sterling Elementary.
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Presly Peak, 7, of Alger stops for a quick picture.
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Ryder Strawn and Mackenzie Alheman, kindergarten students, march through the gym during the parade.
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Breonna Craig and Kale Koin of Mrs. Kraatz's second grade class march through the gym at Sterling Elementary.
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Jerzy Peak, 7, of Alger makes her way though the gym during the Halloween parade at Sterling Elementary.
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Scooby-Doo makes a stop during the parade at Sterling Elementary.
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Kindergartener Landon Nixon resembled a mini Miguel Cabrera during the parade.
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Students display their costumes as they parade around Sterling Elementary.
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Students display their costumes as they parade around Sterling Elementary.
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Students display their costumes as they parade around Sterling Elementary.
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The blue ninja John Arquette, a young 5s student, poses for a photo.
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Max Yates slides his spooky green skeleton mask over his face.
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Tyla Tunney, a young 5s student, receives a piece of candy from Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre.
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Second-graders Delania Johnson and Avery Laughton wait for turn to march through the gym.
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Students wait for their turn to march in the parade.
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Skeletons, ghosts, witches and other frightening beings were joined by princesses, athletes and superheroes during the Halloween parades at Standish and Sterling elementary schools Oct 31. The parades were held indoors due to weather conditions, but plenty of community members made the trip to the schools to see the students in their costumes. Children marched through the gymnasium at their respective school, and up and down the hallways, getting treats along the way.

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