Airplane

Bob Wetzler shows that adults can have just as much fun as he puts on his airplane costume to put on some air acrobatics for the children.

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Spectators

Paraders stroll by a group of spectators outside the town hall.

While the sugar buzz from Halloween winds down, this week’s People & Places will give it just one more encore. Last Wednesday afternoon, on Halloween, the halls of Tinmouth Mountain School emptied and students paraded to the town hall, before arriving at the house of the school’s neighbor, Rene Wilbur, for their first stop in a long day of trick-or-treating. Afterwards, they enjoyed a few cider donuts and a Top Gun air show by Bob Wetzler in his creative jet pilot costume.

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Sawyer & Fiona

Sawyer Lepley, left, and Fiona Ricketts, center, lead the way to Wilbur’s house for candy.

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Trio

A trio of girls cross the street together on the way to the Wilbur’s house.

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Dinosaur

Damien Fletcher smiles in his dinosaur costume.

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Scream & Purple

Emma Robbins, center, parades ahead of a scary Scream-themed costume.

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Panthers

A spooky skeleton stands between a pair of paraders dressed as the superhero Black Panther.

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Liam as Jimi

Student teacher Liam Edwards, dressed as Jimi Hendrix, plays a groovy guitar solo.

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Wilbur's Porch

Since 2003, Rene Wilbur, right, has opened up her porch to the paraders.

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Airplane

Bob Wetzler shows that adults can have just as much fun as he puts on his airplane costume to put on some air acrobatics for the children.

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