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Witches fly into Otter Lake early

Rumours Resto-Café organized the Otter Lake Halloween Parade on Sunday, seeing children and adults don their costumes early for a spooky good time. Pictured, some of the witches and undead that emerged for the afternoon’s fun.
A literal take on the meaning of a clown car, which took the best vehicle prize.
Vanessa Vadneau and her horse, who won best animal for warning bystanders of its toxic waste hazard.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
OTTER LAKE Oct. 21, 2018
Witches, jack-o-lanterns and a couple of haunted horses made their way through Otter Lake Sunday afternoon, in the town’s third annual Halloween Parade.
Around 65 people lined the streets as the parade toured from rue Lafleur to the Otter Lake Fire Department, where further celebrations continued with a pumpkin carving contest and more.
Prizes were distributed in a number of categories of participation, though everyone went home with plenty of treats. As well, folks were treated to lunch and snacks provided by Rumours Resto-Café.

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