Halloween around town

There were plenty of ghosts, goblins and costumed Morinvillians roaming town Wednesday. Here are a few moments our lenses captured.

Well met in Legal
Legal School teacher Kerri Fedunyk, who made her own transformer costume, shakes hands with Ernie – aka Keena Hauptman at the school Wednesday morning. – Lucie Roy Photo

The gorilla in the hall
Jorden Rooke and Craig Hills were hamming it up during the break at MCHS on Wednesday morning. – Lucie Roy Photo

That’s some wild hair
Georges H. Primeau Principal Vic Pedersen gets into the spirit and into his costume Wednesday morning. Many students and staff were in costume for the Halloween Carnival. In its 19th year, the Carnival is hosted by Primeau as a service project for the Notre Dame Grade 4 students who visit the middle school. – Lucie Roy Photo

Ecole Notre Dame Elementary School student Asya Whitford assists magician Henry Parker with one of the many magic tricks he performed for the three combined Kindergarten classes on Wednesday morning. – Lucie Roy Photo

Princesses all
Kylie McGuire, Kindergarten teacher Amanda Marghella and Isabella Harding of the Morinville Public Elementary School were complementing each other’s costumes at the Kindergarten and Head Start Hallway Bash Wednesday morning. The students went from one classroom to the next for various Halloween activities, including a safety talk from an RCMP member on going door to door on Halloween. – Lucie Roy Photo

You can’t judge a book by its costume
Library staff and friends gather for a costumed shot Wednesday afternoon.

Little pumpkin
Ten-month-old Primrose Heplleston got dressed up for her first Halloween. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

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