Tuesday, October 31, 2023

A Spooky Good Time: Inlet’s Halloween Costume Contest Results

Kids dressed up for Halloween

The Inlet Youth Commission held their annual Halloween Parade & Party on Friday, October 27, following another very successful Trunk-or-Treat at the Inlet Community Church. Many costumed children paraded through town behind an Inlet fire engine, before heading over to the Inlet Volunteer Emergency Services building for costume judging and treats.

This year’s M.C. Greg Rudd announced the winners, which were selected by the 2023 judges: Brittany Bartolotti, Toni Rudd, and Gina Greco.

0-3 year old
Bill’s Diggs & Allen by Allison & Lydia Armstrong
Black Cat by Emberly Kress
Darth Vader by James Orr

Pre K-K
Eggo Waffle by Izzy Collier
Skeleton by Harriett Kaercher
Rose Princess by Norah Quinn

Kids dressed up for Halloween

Photo provided by Adele Burnett.

1st & 2nd Grade
Cheerleader by Ellie Russell
Ariel by Peyton Orr
Astronaut by Natalie Baumgartner

3rd & 4th Grade
Alien Abduction by Brody Tormey
Special Ops by Aiden Ferguson
Scream by Ryker Gabler

5th & 6th Grade
Vampire by Rebecca Mayer
Winnifred by Gabby Foster
Velma by Autumn Miller

Kids dressed up for Halloween

Photo provided by Adele Burnett.

All others
Happy Gilmore by Landon Russell
Witch with Cat by Adelaide Miller with Duchess
Skeleton Horse by Keith Parent

Groups
Velma & Daphne by Autumn Miller & Grace Bartlett
Boo Family by the Armendolas
Maleficent & Lydia by Brenna Marleau & Lorelei Miller

Everyone who showed up in costume received a bag of goodies. Halfmoon cookies and apple cider were also served. This gathering was sponsored by the Inlet Youth Commission, who would like to thank all the volunteers who made this event possible.

 

Photo at top: Halloween costume contest at the Inlet Volunteer Emergency Services building. Photo provided by Adele Burnett.

Related Stories


Community news stories come from press releases and other notices from organizations, businesses, state agencies and other groups. Submit your contributions to Almanack Editor Melissa Hart at editor@adirondackalmanack.com.




Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Wait! Before you go:

Catch up on all your Adirondack
news, delivered weekly to your inbox