|Halloween Results (11-14-13)|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 14 November 2013 11:59|
Jerry City winners listed
JERRY CITY — The Bibs to Beaus Ohio Child Conservation League sponsored their local Halloween party Nov. 2 after Trick-or-Treat in the village.
Linn Cox and Anne Strickland were judges. Prizes were awarded for best costumes in the following five age categories:
• Ages 0-3 winners: Miiah Bixler, Dameyn Eddington and Alyseanna Yohnke.
• Ages 4-6: Austin Nesler, Jaiden Bixler and Zander Arnold.
• Ages 7-10: Julie Lanhem, Linda Alfaro and Antonio Whitacre.
• Ages 11-12: Hannah Brown, Gunner Brooks and Dalton Teaford.
• Ages 13 to adult: Andrew Arnold, Makenzie Brown and Irene Simon.
Hot dogs, drinks and doughnuts were served to all by OCCL members and village council members.
Wayne parade results
WAYNE – These are the Halloween parade costume winners:
0-2 years – Maggie Pitchford, first place; Gregory Wise, second place, and Lauren Oestreich, third.
3-4 years – Ariah McAfee, first place; Alize McMonigal, second place, and Lyla Shank, third.
5-6 years – Khale Tussing, first place; Zachary Gross, second place, and Tony Stone, third.
7-8 years – Kennadie Plouck, first place; Joseph Wise, second place, and Julia Gross, third.
9 and older – Terrel Lawson, first place; Syne Wise, second place, and Brooklyn Thrash, third.
Mini floats – Ivalee and Kaylynn Evans, first place, and Aicien Lawson, Carter Miller and Ethan Buckingham, second place.
Large float – “Duck Dynasty,” Tegan Tyson, Tommy Tyson, Libby Tyson, Will Harrison, Garrett Harrison, Owen Zimmerman, Nora Zimmerman, Trevor St. Clair, William Keiffer, Kate Keiffer, Cullin Campbell, Madison Campbell, Marie Young, Carter Young, Wyatt Zeigler and Ryken Zeigler.
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