Story by Shelley R. Clapper
Children of all ages as well as adults enjoyed a wide array of Halloween activities in the Village of Greenwood Lake on Sat., Oct. 29, sponsored by Greenwood Lake’s Volunteer Fire Department, Chamber of Commerce and the Greenwood Lake Coalition.
The Village was hopping with families enjoying trick-or-treating at local businesses on Windermere Ave. in the Village. Pedal Power fitness store owner, Teresa Thomas, was eye-catching as she adorned the entrance to her store dressed as Wonder Woman. Owners of mystical store Moon Maiden were appropriately dressed in witch costumes.
After everyone went trick-or-treating, they gathered outside the Greenwood Lake Elementary School for the Annual Greenwood Lake Volunteer Fire Department’s costume parade. The sunny fall day was perfect for a parade. Participants marched down Waterstone Rd. to Windermere Ave., ending up back at the Elementary School for the costume competition.
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