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Creepy and cute all part of 64th costume contest and parade

Published: Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 5:24 p.m. CDT
The first place winners during the costume contest were Kayleigh Lipe, a skunk, Jackson and Jasper Messenger, as a Soldier and Grenade, Mya Engelkes as a Black Cat, and Whitney Kirk as a Zombie Bride. Photo by Chris Johnson

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A variety of creepy, cute, and creative costumes were on display during the  64th Annual Knights of Columbus Costume Contest and Parade on Halloween night.

Three judges Ann Tilton, Peggy Geeves, and Donna Hite would hold the fate of the who would be selected as the best costumes of the year.

In each age bracket, the judges chose the top four from which they then named the first place winner.

From these four, the judges decided on the Best of Show.

In the Infant to 1 year old the first place winner was Kayleigh Lipe, a skunk.

In the 2 to 4 years old the first place winners were Jackson and Jasper Messenger, as a Soldier and Grenade.

In the 5 to 7 years old the winner was Mya Engelkes as a Black Cat,

In the 8 years and up the winner was Whitney Kirk as a Zombie Bride.

The Best of Show was the Zombie Bride.

The contest is sponsored by the Kaczmarzyk Agency.

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