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Posted on: October 9, 2018

Students sought for Hallow-Palooza Costume Contest

Join us for a chance to win prizes during the 2018 Hallow-Palooza On October 26 at Heritage Park.

Taylor High School students (residents only) come disguised in your Halloween best for some hair-raising fun.

Rules: Taylor High School students, who are also Taylor residents, from grades 9 to 12 are welcome to participate in a freaky cool costume contest. Students participating in the contest must have their school ID and proof of address and be present throughout the entire contest time from 5 to 7 p.m. 

All costumes must be PG appropriate. Any students wearing inappropriate costumes will not be eligible to participate. 

Younger children participating in the Hallow-Palooza will get the opportunity to vote for their favorite costumes during the contest. First place winner will receive a Playstation 4 Limited Edition Days of Play 1TB console with the new Marvel Spider-Man game. Second place will receive Beats Solo3 wireless on-ear headphones. Third place will receive a $100 Target gift card. 

All students will receive a prize for entering. 

Happy Haunting! 


Hallow-Palooza COstume Contest

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