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FR&A Pictorial: Franklin Celebrates Halloween

It was time for costumes and candy again.

Halloween was celebrated throughout the township with costume parades, mini-fairs, “Trunk-or-Treating” and candy. Lot of candy.

Two parades were held at the Cedar Hill Preparatory School; one in the morning for the younger kids, and one in the afternoon for the older students.

Both groups were able to parade through the parking lot to tunes such as “Monster Mash” and the theme from “The Addams Family.”

Parents brought their heavily decorated cars to the lot, from which the students received a variety of sugary goodies.

MacAfee Road School students paraded around their building, led by principal Bill Grippo in a giraffe costume.

At Franklin High School, a number of student clubs entertained children in the annual “Safe Halloween” program. Children were treated to games, face painting and a scary (judging by the sounds of screaming coming from inside) “Haunted House” put on by the Junior ROTC.

Halloween 2014

 

 

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