Pumpkins in the Park was fun for manyPublished 9:44am Thursday, November 1, 2012
The City of Bainbridge’s Pumpkins in the Park event on Wednesday afternoon was fun for many parents, grandparents and children who turned out to Willis Park to play Halloween games, show off their costumes to friends and trick-or-treat at downtown businesses.
Results of the Costume Contest:
2 and under winners:
1st Place – Harley Connell-West (Witch)
2nd Place – Chloe Pillar (Peacock)
3rd Place – Miles Moore (Weight Lifter)
1st Place – Cary Lynn (Cruella Deville)
2nd Place – Gambler Dollar (Construction worker)
3rd Place – Javiya Franklin (Rapunzel)
1st Place – Mackenna Lane (Queen of Hearts)
2nd Place – Richard Moore Jr. (Bainbridge Public Safety Officer)
3rd Place – Emma Overton (Mother Hen)
1st Place – Payton Anderson (Cotton Candy)
2nd Place – Carleigh Bowen (Bumble Bee)
3rd Place – William Jacobik (Reaper)
The grand prize winner was chosen from all of the first place winners: Mackenna Lane
She received $100 from Harrell King Heating and Air Conditioning.
The Downtown Scarecrow Contest winner was Blown Away. They also received $100 from Harrell King.
The Create-A-Pumpkin contest winner (we asked schools to create a 3-D Pumpkin) was Ms. Conner’s class from Bainbridge Middle School. They won an ice cream party and she received $100 for classroom supplies from Harrell King.
More Halloween costumes
(Photos by Brennan Leathers)