'That’s what it’s all about'
Candy, fun the orders of the day for Halloween Parade
MINOOKA — The ghosts and goblins, princesses and fairies came in droves to watch the fourth annual Halloween parade through downtown Minooka on Saturday afternoon.
Parents set up folding chairs and kids stood in groups along Wabena Avenue, from the grade school on Cody Drive all the way to the high school and village hall at McEvilly Road. They were not only waiting to see the costumed parade participants, but get their first fill of Halloween candy.
The parade kicked off with Minooka police cars and fire engines in the lead. Sirens blared and lights flashed. Costumed children craned their necks to get a glimpse of the start of the parade, while music from The Munsters’ TV show played on the loudspeaker.
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