Halloween Coop

Otsego County Rep. Andrew Marietta gets into the spirit of Halloween by dressing as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. Marietta walked down Main Street in Cooperstown with his family during the annual village Halloween Parade
Cooperstown resident Bill Weldon, dressed as Broadway Joe Namath, roller-blades down Main Street in Cooperstown during the annual Halloween Parade
Eight-year-olds, from left, Luke Miosek, Dylan Craig, and Gavin Grady, enjoy participating in the Halloween parade in Cooperstown
Surya Daniel, a CCS junior, plays flute in the school’s marching band, while dressed as a leopard during the annual Halloween parade
Akhlys, a 10-year-old Bull Mastiff, wears a hat and a tutu as part of her adorable Halloween costume.
Nathan Tweedie (right) who is an employee at the Baseball Hall of Fame, poses for a photo with nine year old Mason Campbell (left) of Richfield Springs
Collin Aldycki, 4, of Cooperstown, dressed up as a Policeman for Halloween. Collin went trick-or-treating on Main Street and got candy from all of the different stores participating
(left to right) David and Hannah Skabelund decorated their wagon to look like a firetruck, which went well with their fire fighter costumes
Two year old Hailey McGrowder of Edmeston examines a piece of candy in her Minnie Mouse costume. McGrowder participated in the annual Halloween parade in Cooperstown by following the marching band down Main Street
Izzy Miller, 3, of Cooperstown, was excited to see how much candy she got in her witch costume on Main Street in Cooperstown
Parker Davidson, who is only 15 months old, dressed up as a puppy to go trick or treating around Cooperstown. Davidson seemed awestruck by all of the other costumes around him
Rita Payne blows bubbles with a bubble gun on Main Street in Cooperstown just before the annual Halloween parade down Main Street
Kallen Dempsey (left), 11, dressed up as a scary clown, while Ella McGown (right) wore a werewolf costume while trick-or-treating in Cooperstown for Halloween
Barry Shelley (left) dressed as a hockey player from the movie “Slap Shot” while Tim Walker dressed as a Union Soldier in the Civil War for Halloween in Cooperstown
Art Boden spent his day off decorating the entire New York Pizzeria building to make it more spooky for Halloween

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