Created on Friday, 13 November 2009 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
Riverside elementary students dressed in their Halloween costumes and
paraded to downtown DeGraff on Friday, October 30th. Students in grades
Kindergarten through fourth grade were treated by several businesses
giving out treats and candy. Christina Mann and Judy Helmlinger organized the fun event. Thank you to the participating businesses who donated treats, and thank you to the volunteers that made our passage a safe one.
Thank you to Comer Insurance, DeGraff Library, Sharonesse Publishing,
Janis Snow, Cabinet Store and More, Midwest Savings Bank, Village of
DeGraff, Citizens Bank of DeGraff, Steve's Market, The DeGraff Creamery,
Ron's Pizza, Val's Diner, Morning Glory, DeGraff Service Center, Jackson's
Livestock, Regency Homes, Buckeye Pizza, Neil Vondenhuevel, Boggs Lodge, Tammy Lynn Inn, Mike and Cathy Staley, Carmaen Builders,
Rexer-Riggin-Madden Funeral Home, Wren's Service Station, Even Six
Drive-Thru, and The Village Pantry.
At the end of the school day, students were treated to a fun fall party in
their classrooms. Thank you to the parents that organized and implemented the parties and to the parents that donated for the event. A great time was had by all.
Riverside Elementary School students dressed in their Halloween costumes and paraded to downtown DeGraff Oct. 30, where they visited a number of area businesses for treats. They also enjoyed a fall party in their classrooms at the end of the school day. Christina Mann and Judy Helmlinger organized the event.