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In the Halloween spirit

Princesses, train engineers, firefighters, skeletons, devils, ghosts and assorted goblins filled the hall at the Backus American Legion on Saturday, Oct. 24, for the post Auxiliary's annual Kids Halloween Party.

There was no lack of variety among the age 0-to-4 style show contestants.Submitted Photo
There was no lack of variety among the age 0-to-4 style show contestants. Submitted Photo

Princesses, train engineers, firefighters, skeletons, devils, ghosts and assorted goblins filled the hall at the Backus American Legion on Saturday, Oct. 24, for the post Auxiliary's annual Kids Halloween Party.

Children 12 and under participated in a costume contest, played games and were treated to a complimentary lunch, pumpkin, goodie bag, stuffed animals and a variety of prizes. More than 100 kids and accompanying adults attended.
The party was sponsored by the Auxiliary, the Backus Legion post, Backus Lions, the Backus branch of First National Bank of Walker, Godfrey's Family Foods and Donald and Lynne Stehr, the latter donating the stuffed animals.

Princess Mikyla Wynn, 9, and Fairy, Debren Popkes, 10, both of Backus.Submitted photo
Princess Mikyla Wynn, 9, and Fairy, Debren Popkes, 10, both of Backus. Submitted photo

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