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Halloween activities held in Denmark

Halloween activities held in Denmark

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In back from left, Breana Cramer and Lakeisha Cramer, early childhood educators at OCAB, gave out candy donated by Bethel AME Church to cars who drove by the Jim Harrison Park gazebo in Denmark Halloween evening. They were assisted by Olivia Cramer, 6, a Denmark Elementary School student who was dressed as Wonder Woman, and Jacyccon Keller, 2, a student at OCAB Head Start dressed as Optimus Prime

Local Denmark citizens Jovin Ebron, Marcus Thompson and Greg Bryant hosted a trick-or-treat event at Roadside Park in Denmark on Halloween Oct. 31. KTL Printz, Da Xartel Music Label, YTE Nation Music Label and KTL Photography sponsored the event.

Due to COVID-19, everyone was required to wear a face mask at the event and typical activities were excluded.

More than 200 candy bags were distributed and approximately 100 hot dogs were given out to the community.

"We were able to give to about 100 children, it was great to be able to do this and they looked really nice in their costumes," Ebron said. "I'd like to thank the city of Denmark for bringing the kids out to celebrate with us."

Children wore costumes from some of their favorite superheroes and TV shows.

Local stores prepared candy bags for children wearing costumes.

The Denmark Youth Leadership Council aslo hosted a Spooktakular Halloween Outdoor Movie Night in Olar.

Denmark Cares and Caroline Nix hosted "Books and Treats Little Libraries for Kids" for grades Pre-K-5 at the Denmark Gazebo.

The Shop Her Closet organization and Denmark Technical College also hosted Halloween activities for students.


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