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Costume contest winners
Elmore American Legion Post 279 sponsored its 38th annual Halloween Costume Contest Oct. 29 at Woodmore High School.

Winners in first-, second- and third-place order in their various categories include:

• Ages birth-3 years – Monsters/Witches/Ghosts: T. J. Cunningham, Osiris Kirk, Collin Perkins; TV Characters: Abbey Lynn Tucker, Aiden Wilson, Makaylee Meagher; Most Original: Reece Sturniolo, Eli Croll, Jordin Lowe; Miscellaneous: Gunner Harris, Olin Richards, Aiden Drill.

• Ages 4-7 years – Monsters/Witches/Ghosts: Hayden Gyuras, Layla McGinnis; TV Characters: Kelsey Kaylor, Nicolas Cipriani, Austin Drill; Most Original: Olivia and Delaney Dawkins, Gracyn Willey, Kylie Cordy; Miscellaneous: Satori Alter, Isaac Gump, Aiden Cordy.

• Ages 8-12 years – Monsters/Witches/Ghosts: Emma Tucker, Jace Jackson, Kegan Harrison; TV Characters: Dylan Selhorst, Lucy Richards, Matthew Gump; Most Original: Eli Rogers, Andrew Tucker, Samantha Rogers; Miscellaneous: Macy Perry, Holly Murray, Emma Frisch.

After the contest, the 68 participants enjoyed cider and doughnuts served by the Auxiliary.

Clay Homecoming Court
Clay’s High School’s Homecoming festivities began Monday, Oct. 8, with the kickoff of spirit week. The celebration included the annual bonfire held Thursday, and a pre-game parade Friday. Each class made a float for the parade that went along with this year’s homecoming theme, “Under the Sea.” Clay’s student government, cheerleaders and band, along with this year’s Homecoming Court, also participated in the parade.

The Homecoming Court included Carly Calevro, Kendyll Christian, Abby Groll, Samantha McLeod and Abby Watterworth. The young men included Carmelo Amenta, Eric Brown, Cody Gore, Jack Nagy and Max Schnell. The Homecoming king and queen, announced before the kickoff at the football game, were Eric Brown and Kendyll Christian. The dance was held on Saturday evening in the school’s cafeteria.

Knights of Columbus donation
The Genoa Knights of Columbus Council #4237 presented $1,000 donation to the Luther Home of Mercy in Williston.

The funds came from funds raised from the Knights of Columbus’ Measure-Up Spaghetti Dinners. Grand Knight Jerry Csizek and Financial Secretary Keith Stephens presented the check to Pastor Don Wukotich who led a tour of the facility.



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