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Prizes given in Mt. Jewett Halloween Costume Contest

October 31, 2011

Photo by Ted Lutz – These children took first place Monday in the Mt. Jewett Rotary Club Halloween Costume Contest at the Mt. Jewett Fire Hall.

MT. JEWETT – A large crowd gathered Monday evening at the Mt. Jewett Fire Hall for the annual Halloween Costume Contest.
Prizes were awarded for first, second and third in nine categories.
The Mt. Jewett Rotary Club sponsored the contest. Rotary also sponsored the Halloween parade prior to the contest. "Trick or Treat" time followed the contest.
Judges for the contest included Lea Earley, a Mt. Jewett resident who is the reigning Miss Kane High; Barb Harp, borough secretary-treasurer; and Christine Park, secretary-treasurer for the borough water department.
Kevin Kost served as the master-of-ceremonies for the contest. Rotary also handed out candy at the contest.
According to a list provided by the judges, the prize-winners in the contest include:

See winners by purchasing the Nov. 1 edition of The Kane Republican.

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