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Annual Shelby Halloween Parade Steps Off Downtown

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Originally Published on: 10/27/2013

Shelby's annual Halloween Parade stepped off over the weekend downtown on Main Street. The parade wasn't necessarily quite as big as it has been in recent years but that didn't stop hundreds of people from showing up on the sidewalks, many dressed in their own Halloween costumes. The Shelby Police and Fire Departments led the way in the parade followed by the Shelby High School Marching Band playing an assortment of tunes. A number of walking units participated, as well as political candidates. One of the most popular floats was the Pumpkin Kuttin' Korner entry which delighted many of the parade onlookers. An array of tractors, antique cars, Halloween-themed floats and walking zombies also drew the applause from many. Around 50 or so entries took part in this year's parade and prizes were given away for the best costumes and floats. The Halloween Parade is sponsored each year by the Government Class at Shelby Senior High School.
   
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