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Lakehill children show off their costumes before the parade.
Lower School ghouls and goblins showed off their costumes on October 31 during Lakehill Preparatory School's annual Halloween parade. Second grade student Jack Curtis led the procession down the main hallway and through the building, before continuing to the field for the Carnival. The coveted position of Parade Leader was sold at last year's PFC Benefit Auction. Parents, students, and faculty members lined the hallways to cheer on the children. 

Following the parade, the Parent Faculty Club (PFC) hosted the eagerly anticipated Halloween Carnival, complete with a cookie walk, two bounce houses, face painting, and fortune teller. 


"We had wonderful volunteers and great participation," said PFC President Tricia McCaleb. "I especially want to recognize Lydia Perry and Lacie Kuhn, who did such a great job organizing the Carnival. Everyone had a great time."

Lower School ghouls and goblins showed off their costumes on October 31 during Lakehill's annual Halloween parade. Second grade student Jack Curtis led the procession down the main hallway and through the building, before continuing to the field for the Carnival. The coveted position of Parade Leader was sold at last year's PFC Benefit Auction. Parents, students, and faculty members lined the hallways to cheer on the children. 


Following the parade, the Parent Faculty Club (PFC) hosted the eagerly anticipated Halloween Carnival, complete with a cookie walk, two bounce houses, face painting, and fortune teller. 


"We had wonderful volunteers and great participation," said PFC President Tricia McCaleb. "I especially want to recognize Lydia Perry and Lacie Kuhn, who did such a great job organizing the Carnival. Everyone had a great time."

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