Trick or Treating through hallways


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Law enforcement officers from Russells Point and Washington Township give high fives and treats to students at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade.

Law enforcement officers from Russells Point and Washington Township give high fives and treats to students at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade.


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LeaDel Hurley of Hurley Farms, Pastor Ben Beres of Huntsville Presbyterian Church and Monica Hurst of Spend-A-Day Marina hand out goodies to kindergarten students Kyriah Anderson and Makayle Clary at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade.


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Dory the fish accompanied the team from Honda Transmission Manufacturing while they handed out goodies and “good vibes only” at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade.


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Representatives from 55 local businesses, churches, law enforcement agencies and other organizations filled the gym and cafeteria at Indian Lake Elementary School to offer students sweet treats and Happy Halloween! As is tradition, the children paraded through the hallways so they could show off their costumes, then thanked visitors for sharing their school “spirit.” There was even an appearance from Dory and Nemo, who accompanied the team from Honda Transmission Manufacturing. Kids then returned to their classrooms for parties complete with games, crafts and snacks.

The school expressed appreciation to all who handed out candy, organized an activity or donated a party supply.

Law enforcement officers from Russells Point and Washington Township give high fives and treats to students at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/10/web1_DSC_0342-1.jpgLaw enforcement officers from Russells Point and Washington Township give high fives and treats to students at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade. Submitted photos

LeaDel Hurley of Hurley Farms, Pastor Ben Beres of Huntsville Presbyterian Church and Monica Hurst of Spend-A-Day Marina hand out goodies to kindergarten students Kyriah Anderson and Makayle Clary at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/10/web1_DSC_0326-1.jpgLeaDel Hurley of Hurley Farms, Pastor Ben Beres of Huntsville Presbyterian Church and Monica Hurst of Spend-A-Day Marina hand out goodies to kindergarten students Kyriah Anderson and Makayle Clary at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade. Submitted photos

Dory the fish accompanied the team from Honda Transmission Manufacturing while they handed out goodies and “good vibes only” at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/10/web1_DSC_0345-1.jpgDory the fish accompanied the team from Honda Transmission Manufacturing while they handed out goodies and “good vibes only” at the Indian Lake Elementary Halloween Parade. Submitted photos

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Submitted by the Indian Lake school district.

Submitted by the Indian Lake school district.