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Halloween Happenings 2013 Winners and Thank You's

Halloween Happenings Downtown Trick or Treating 2013

Trick-or-Treating, Parade, and Costume Contest a Great Success!
On Thursday, October 31st the streets of Sierra Madre were filled with monsters, ghosts, witches, and many other fabulous costumed creatures for the City of Sierra Madre’s Annual Halloween Happenings. The festivities began with trick-or-treating at the Downtown businesses sponsored by the Sierra Madre Chamber of Commerce. Following the trick-or-treating over 200 costumed participants marched in a parade down Sierra Madre Boulevard to Memorial Park where 126 contestants competed in the Costume Contest.

Halloween Happenings Costume Contest 2013

The costume contest was sponsored by the Sierra Madre Kiwanis Club who provided prizes for the winners. The overall scariest costume category was sponsored by A.S. Rogers Income Tax, and the winner of the category was invited to participate in the Sierra Madre Playhouse’s production of “Celebrity Zombies Save America” show that evening. Lisa Spigai emceed the event while the following individuals judged the Costume Contest: Mayor Nancy Walsh, Judy-Webb Martin, Jacquie and Joe Pergola, Shirley Anhalt, Susan Henderson, and Arcadia High School Kiwanis Key Club member William Lee.

2013 Costume Contest Winners

Walking to 2 years old
#152 Abigail Wheeler
#91 Sy Chakarian
#56 Layla Krantz

3 to 4 years old
#11 Soren Jensen
#74 Logan Mojica
#181 Reid George

5 to 7 years old
#75 Lyla Villauva
#190 Olivia Walters
#28 Rosalyn Palacios

8 to 10 years old
#182 Myles Hutchinson
#44 Ashley Te
#42 Gracie Miller

11 years old and up
#92 Ava Bishop
#161 Daniel Comer
#184 Drake Hutchinson
#188 Isaac Martinez

Overall Scariest Costume
#189 Jay Walters

The Community Services Department is seeking feedback from Halloween Happenings participants. It is a great resource to gather input from participants and enables the City to better tailor our programs and services to the community. Please take a few minutes and fill-out the online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/53Q3S59

The Community Services Department would like to thank the following Halloween Happenings sponsors and contributors: Sierra Madre Kiwanis Club, Sierra Madre Chamber of Commerce, Arcadia High School Key Club, Sierra Madre Middle School Builders Club, A.S. Rogers Income Tax, Lisa Spigai, Mayor Nancy Walsh, Judy-Webb Martin, Jacquie and Joe Pergola, Shirley Anhalt, Susan Henderson, and to all Downtown businesses.