HARMONY: Dance held to celebrate Halloween
November 01, 2013 10:30 AM

WESTOVER — On Oct. 26, the junior class at Harmony High School sponsored their annual Halloween dance. They decorated the cafeteria and created a spooky aura with a fog machine.

Everyone had a fun time dancing and eating treats. There was even a cotton candy machine.

Prizes were given out for the best costumes of the night. Each ticket was $7, and all of the money collected was to benefit the junior class to help pay for prom.

On Thursday, the elementary held its yearly Halloween parties and costume parade. Parents came and watched the students walk around in their costumes, with the Harmony High School band playing eerie music to accompany them. The elementary students enjoyed they Halloween festivities, sharing candy and playing games.

A popular favorite is the Mummy Wrap, where the students split up into teams and wrap a “mummy” in toilet paper.

The first group to wrap their “mummy” wins. After the partying was over, parents could take their children home from school.

Harmony students had a great time celebrating Halloween.

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