Ghosts, ghouls and superheroes invade Elm Street

By Staff, 11/1/17 10:12 AM


PRESCOTT – Elm Street was invaded Tuesday evening by ghosts, ghouls, superheroes and more as the Prescott-Nevada County Chamber of Commerce’s Trick or Treat on Elm Street took place.

The post office side of Elm St. was filled with vendors passing out candy to the costumed children as part of the Halloween tradition. The threat of inclement weather and chilly temperatures didn’t deter the trick or treaters in the least.

The main event, though, was the Halloween Costume Contest. Judges had a tough time picking winners because of the originality of a lot of the costumes and creativity of some of the parents.

The winners in the infant to 11-month division were: Carson McGlone, peanut; Addison Zikano, lion; and Eli Carter, cowboy.

In the 12-23-month category, Tidus Smith, a log truck driver, complete with a cardboard truck that had working head and taillights was the winner; Easton was second as a rodeo clown; while Ava Britton, a little monster, was third.

Carter Lawrence, a lumberjack, took the top spot in the two-three-year-old group. Brixx Richardson was second as “Cowboy Brixx”, dressed in a bull-shaped box; while Raiden Thompson, a police officer, was third.

The four-five bracket was won by Azariah Smith, a “real tired” mama; Harper Morris, Shimmer; and Major Coulter, a radioactive boy.

Elise Meador, in the guise of Mary Poppins, won the six-eight slot, while Quinton Cox, King Kong, was second and Brylee Loudermilk, an 80’s girl, took third.

Cobey Brinkmeyer, dressed as a jester, won the 9-10 spot, with Elizabeth Dillard, “Day of the Dead”, was second, and Cody Dufrene, a cowboy, was third.


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