Halloween happenings

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    Lili Conant, Alyssa Lardizabal, Yvette Palmeira, Kortni Rapozo, Michelle Saia, Vernie Daguio, Michelle Domingcil, Sarah Joseph

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    Kaile McKeon, Sara McKamey, Emily Hartshorn, Makoa Villaflor - Stöne Henge

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    Jacob Lester, Anastasia Gatlin, Holly Taguma, Amy Khoang

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    Kellie Sanchez, Kiana Dea, Gillian Altman, Emily McDaniel, Hannah Sherwood

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    Julie Jane Remigio, Rhona Lei Batacan, Trina Lopes Lacaden, Kyra Lacaden

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    Kristin Chun, Akime Dizol, Nelson Acosta, Kyla Koerte

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    Claudia Cowden, Lance Rae, Maria Tomas

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Free pumpkins at the Kauai Community Market at Kauai Community College, Monster Rock, costume contests, trick-or-treating parades, and more filled the Kauai calendar on the weekend before Halloween.

Starting with the Kauai United Way’s 47th annual Walk A Thon that attracted costumed characters from Cub Pack 148 and others, the day-long festivities continued at Kukui Grove Center, where costume contests for everyone filled the mall with characters of all nature.

The costume contest was followed by the anticipated trick-or-treating parade, where the dressed-up characters were treated to goodies by center tenants.

The Monsters of Rock greeted the nightfall that was livened by the tri-high dance coordinated by Divina Plowman of Kauai High School, and Student Activities Coordinators Harriett Watanabe (Kapaa) and Liko Perreira (Waimea) of the three Kauai public high schools.

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