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Give them candy, they will come

By Staff, 10/30/20 10:08 AM

PRESCOTT – To say the Prescott-Nevada County Chamber of Commerce’s Trick or Treat on Elm Street was a success would be an understatement.

People began lining up well before the 5:30 p.m. start time, with the line stretching from the Elm and Second all the way to Main and down Main. Most of the youngsters, and some of the adults, were in costume. The costume contest also began at 5:30 with the winners receiving – you guessed it – more candy. Roughly 10 people at a time were allowed in the event to provide some social distancing. However, the length of the line remained unchanged, even after the costume contest ended.

There was no chance of danger as there were plenty of superheroes on hand should any villains show up. In addition, there were policemen and firefighters there to lend a hand.

Here are the winners of the costume contest:

Infant to 11 Months

Kamryn McMahan- Jake from State Farm

12 to 23 Months-

1st-Kaiden Sayers- Scuba Diver

2nd-Callie Cross- Dinosaur

3rd-Rhett Doucet- Elliot from E.T.

2 to 3 years old

1st-Cole Morman- Fire Truck

2nd-Aubrie Smillie- Unicorn Fairy

3rd– Chloe    -Little Shark

4 to 5 years old

1st-Daegan Chambless- Day of the Dead princess

2nd-Nora Lockeby- Fire Fighter

3rd-Tinley Cross- Butterfly

6 to 8 years old

1st-Averie Jackson- Carol Baskin

2nd-William Pettit- Slappy from Goosebumps

3rd-Collin Morman- Police Officer

9 to 10 years old

1st-Brylee Smillie-Robin Hood

2nd-Levie Sisco- Ghost Rider

3rd-Isaiah Ratliff-Wolf