Halloween Parade brightens ILES


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Community groups and business hand out goodies at the ILES Halloween Parade.


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Kindergartener Bradley Schmehl shakes hands with Washington Township Police Chief Rick Core during the ILES Halloween Parade.


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LEWISTOWN – The gym at Indian Lake Elementary School was “scary” crowded at the 2017 Halloween Parade Thursday afternoon. Nearly 60 businesses and community groups set up to hand out goodies to the students as they passed through. “Kindergarten cop” Bradley Schmehl, who was also celebrating his birthday, was delighted to shake hands with Washington Township Police Chief Rick Core during the parade. Then kids then returned to their classrooms for games, snacks, crafts and frightfully fun parties! The ILES Halloween Parade is a Laker tradition that continues to grow each year.

Community groups and business hand out goodies at the ILES Halloween Parade.
http://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/10/web1_photo4-1.jpgCommunity groups and business hand out goodies at the ILES Halloween Parade. Submitted photos

Kindergartener Bradley Schmehl shakes hands with Washington Township Police Chief Rick Core during the ILES Halloween Parade.
http://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/10/web1_photo3-1.jpgKindergartener Bradley Schmehl shakes hands with Washington Township Police Chief Rick Core during the ILES Halloween Parade. Submitted photos

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Information from Indian Lake schools.

Information from Indian Lake schools.