Ghosts, ghouls, and more on parade


Costumed members of the McClain Marching Band are pictured as they lead Wednesday’s annual Paint Creek Firefighter Association Halloween Parade. Paint Creek’s Steve Smith said that judging by the number of hot dogs served to parade participants there were approximately 400 making up this year’s procession. The parade was initially scheduled for Tuesday, but had to be moved to Wednesday due to inclement weather. Smith said he believed the turnout was lower than usual due to the last minute changes caused by Tuesday’s rain. Paint Creek personnel will be passing out candy in Greenfield, Hillsboro, and on North Shore Drive on Thursday’s Beggar’s Night.


Costumed members of the McClain Marching Band are pictured as they lead Wednesday’s annual Paint Creek Firefighter Association Halloween Parade. Paint Creek’s Steve Smith said that judging by the number of hot dogs served to parade participants there were approximately 400 making up this year’s procession. The parade was initially scheduled for Tuesday, but had to be moved to Wednesday due to inclement weather. Smith said he believed the turnout was lower than usual due to the last minute changes caused by Tuesday’s rain. Paint Creek personnel will be passing out candy in Greenfield, Hillsboro, and on North Shore Drive on Thursday’s Beggar’s Night.

Costumed members of the McClain Marching Band are pictured as they lead Wednesday’s annual Paint Creek Firefighter Association Halloween Parade. Paint Creek’s Steve Smith said that judging by the number of hot dogs served to parade participants there were approximately 400 making up this year’s procession. The parade was initially scheduled for Tuesday, but had to be moved to Wednesday due to inclement weather. Smith said he believed the turnout was lower than usual due to the last minute changes caused by Tuesday’s rain. Paint Creek personnel will be passing out candy in Greenfield, Hillsboro, and on North Shore Drive on Thursday’s Beggar’s Night.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_2015band1.jpgCostumed members of the McClain Marching Band are pictured as they lead Wednesday’s annual Paint Creek Firefighter Association Halloween Parade. Paint Creek’s Steve Smith said that judging by the number of hot dogs served to parade participants there were approximately 400 making up this year’s procession. The parade was initially scheduled for Tuesday, but had to be moved to Wednesday due to inclement weather. Smith said he believed the turnout was lower than usual due to the last minute changes caused by Tuesday’s rain. Paint Creek personnel will be passing out candy in Greenfield, Hillsboro, and on North Shore Drive on Thursday’s Beggar’s Night.
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