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Young goblins take over Willis Park

Downtown Bainbridge became the center of ghosts and goblins Saturday afternoon, as hundreds came to enjoy the annual Pumpkins in the Park.

There were young zombies, two monkeys in a barrel, Michael Jackson look-a-likes and countless others dressed in original Halloween costumes—some that were just cute for a simple treat.

The City of Bainbridge hosted the event, including hayrides using city tractors, free popcorn and downtown merchants going all out for the trick-or-treaters.

Winners in the annual pumpkin decorating contests were Colby Dixon in the 3 to 5 age group, William Jacobik in the 6 to 8 age group, Amanda Southall for the 9 to 11 age group and Annelle Antis in the old than 15 age group. There was no entry in the 12 to 14 age group.

Winners in the costume contests were the following:

In the 0-2 age group, first place went to Noah Henderson dressed as a rodeo clown, second was Ashleigh Mosely as a diva, and third went to Mallorie Sherrod dressed as a scarecrow.

In the 3-5 age group, first place went to Cain Worthington dressed as a robot, second place to Seth Gay dressed as Slash and third place to Macy Tumberlin as Pebbles.

In the 6-8 age group, first place was Elaina Killebrew dressed as Grandma, Ashton Darley won second place as a zombie and third place was won by Cade Haywood dressed as a mummy.

In the 9 to 12 age group, Nicholas Allen dressed a vampire won first place, Raegan Belliflower won second place dressed as a disco girl, and Lily Schipp won third dressed as a lady Dracula.