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New Richmond elementary schools celebrate Halloween

Students at Hillside Elementary walk around the school to see all the different pumpkin designs created by their fellow students, including a pumpkin modeled after the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man from the movie Ghostbusters, during the 16th annual Pumpkin Parade on Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31. (Photos by Jordan Willi)1 / 8
Students at Starr Elementary take part in the annual Halloween costume parade while wearing a wide variety of costumes, including a witch, a cowgirl, a zombie and a Minion from the movie, <I>Despicable Me<I>.2 / 8
A pair of students at St. Mary’s School play a game of tic-tac-toe during the school’s Halloween carnival in the gym on Thursday, Oct. 31. 3 / 8
Paperjack Elementary students show off their Halloween costumes, including a cheerleader, an Egyptian queen and a werewolf, during the annual costume parade on Thursday, Oct. 31. 4 / 8
Students at Paperjack Elementary dress up as witches, bunnies and ninjas for the school’s annual Halloween costume parade on Thursday, Oct. 31.5 / 8
Owls, monsters and football fans are among the many different designs created by Hillside Elementary students their fellow students for the 16th annual Pumpkin Parade, which took place on Halloween Thursday, Oct. 31. 6 / 8
St. Mary’s School celebrates Halloween on Thursday, Oct. 31, with a carnival in the gym where students get the chance to wear their Halloween costumes, play games and get their finger nails painted. 7 / 8
A ghost, witch, football player and a vampire are among the many costumes selected by the Starr Elementary students to wear during the school’s Halloween costume parade, which took place on Thursday, Oct. 31.8 / 8

Students at Hillside, Starr, Paperjack and St. Mary's Elemenary schools enjoyed a variety of events for Halloween on Oct. 31. Some students walked around the school during the annual Halloween costume parade, while others showed off their pumpkin decorating skills. St. Mary's School had a Halloween carnival for its students. (Photos by Jordan Willi)

Jordan Willi
Jordan Willi is a reporter for the New Richmond News. Previously, he worked as a sports reporter at the Worthington Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota. He also interned at the Hudson Star Observer for two summers and contributed to the Bison Illustrated sports magazine at North Dakota State University.
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