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Downtown Lee’s Summit Costume Contest Winners Announced
November 3, 2012
First place most unique costume
Tribune photo/ Ron Wight
The Boos & Barks Halloween Parade in Downtown Lee’s Summit featured hundreds of children, adults and pets marching in this annual family-favorite parade. Festivities included a costume parade, costume contest, trick-or-treating at participating stores and interactive displays from the Lee’s Summit Police and Fire Departments, which helped sponsor this year’s event with Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street.
Despite the cool weather, more than 500 children participated in downtown trick-or-treating, and 93 people and 17 dogs participated in the costume contest. Judges included Jeremy Brownlee of the Lee’s Summit Police Department, Diane Forte of Dean’s Trophies, Ashlee Hendrix of the Lee’s Summit Journal, Karen Maslanka of Bank of Lee’s Summit and Steve Tominia of Cameron’s Home Furnishings. The results of the contest are as follows:
1st Place: Brianna Pfeifer, Toothbrush
2nd Place: Josephine Carrera, Peacock
3rd Place: Haylee Hudson, Katniss from The Hunger Games
1st Place: Ethan Payne, Elliott from E.T.
2nd Place: Cooper Klapmeyer, Graveyard Ghost
3rd Place: Andrew Sexton, Alfalfa from Little Rascals
1st Place: London Palmer, Little Bo Peep
2nd Place: Aila Bathgate, Bumble Bee
3rd Place: Julianna Stramara, Money Tree
1st Place: Hautala Family, Rock-Paper-Scissors
2nd Place: Kim and Kali Watson, Owlthea and Owlbert
3rd Place: Gwyn and Jillian Coonce, Cool Cat and Fairy Princess
1st Place: Prince and Alice, Prince Charming and Princess
2nd Place: Ranger, Pumpkin
3rd Place: Roxi, Headless Horseman
The Boos & Barks Halloween Parade was coordinated by the Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street Promotions Committee in partnership with the Lee’s Summit Journal, Bank of Lee’s Summit and the Lee’s Summit Police and Fire Departments. For more information about Downtown Lee’s Summit, visit www.downtownls.org or call 816-246-6598.
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