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Businesses go all out for annual Chamber Merchant Halloween Costume Contest

PMG PHOTO: BILL VOLLMER - "Shrek" theme costumes, from the MAC, won Most Unique. They are Payton Kryla, Colby Anderson-O'Brien, Kareena Hernandez and Alanah Reese.

Mid Oregon Personnel's "Hocus Pocus" theme won the Best Overall category of the Madras-Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce annual Merchant Halloween Costume Contest.

Dreams Realty won Best Costume, Windermere Real Estate won Scariest Costume, the Madras Aquatic Center won Most Unique, Jefferson County Library won Best Decorations, and Mid Oregon Credit Union won Most Original with their dominoes theme

PMG PHOTO: BILL VOLLMER - Mid Oregon Personnel's "Hocus Pocus" theme won the Best Overall category. Pictured left to right are Esmeralda Velasquez, Sawyer Jakobsen and Hilary Jakobsen.

PMG PHOTO: BILL VOLLMER - Winners of the Chamber's Merchants Halloween Contest Best Costume, Dreams Realty, displays their "Shrek" theme. They are, from left, Monica Miranda, Wendi Monroe, Julia Randall, Fawn Farrester, Hansiler Kenia Povis (front), Amy McMahan, Jennifer Holcomb (Shrek), Imer Gutierrez and Ricky Gutierrez.

PMG PHOTO: BILL VOLLMER - Scariest Costume winner, Rachel Bare, of Windermere Real Estate.

PMG PHOTO: HOLLY SCHOLZ - The Jefferson County Library won Best Decorations. Holli Papasodora pours some hot tea for a guest Thursday afternoon during the Tea Tasting, Mad Hatter style, event with the help of the Mad Hatter (Gretchen Schlie), the Cheshire Cat (Star Todd) and Alice (Swan Liu). The Jefferson County Library team invited Papasodora, of the Bohemian Tea Peddler, to offer her blended tea samples to library patrons during the party. The Queen of Hearts, English ladies and children came for tea and treats. Schlie, who orchestrated the pre-Halloween "Alice in Wonderland" event, said the library team hosted the tea party "to celebrate and bring people in and taste tea and support our local businesses."


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