Curtis Hall Holds Annual Costume Contest and Halloween Themed Lunch

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Curtis Hall Workers lined up to greet students and staff for their annual Halloween lunch.

Curtis Hall Workers lined up to greet students and staff for their annual Halloween lunch.

This year’s Halloween lunch by the Staff of Curtis Hall was a ghoulishly good time!

by Charlie Perry  @CharlieHPerry

Curtis Hall was invaded by a wide range of monsters and ghouls, as Cafeteria staff held their annual costume contest and Halloween themed lunch. Students were served their choice between a gigantic turkey leg or chicken leg along with all the classic Halloween candy and treats they could eat. Staff greeted students at the door in costume where they received candy and were informed about the costume contest where students could enter to win prizes ranging from candy to gift cards.

This little unicorn has the Indian Leader's vote for cutest costume.

This little unicorn has the Indian Leader’s vote for cutest costume.

Little Nations made the walk up the road with many of the little ones dressed up in costumes themselves. Little Nations students entered Curtis Hall and did a mini parade around the lunchroom well staff and students snapped pictures. After the parade the little students were seated at the own special tables and personally served lunch by Curtis staff.

Curtis Staff personally serves the Little Nations students.

Curtis Staff personally serves the Little Nations students.

The education department hoped aboard the Magic School Bus and headed to lunch.

The education department hoped aboard the Magic School Bus and headed to lunch.

After Little Nations took their seats it was now time for the costume contest to begin. The education department rolled in with a multiply person costume featuring the complete Magic School Bus gang. Other notable characters included Cheech and Chong, The Big Bad Wolf with Little Red Riding Hood and a “Nut in a Tree,” a local fan favorite. It was Brain Johnson however with his “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” themed get up that took down the costume contest.

Brian Johnson took down the contest with his "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" costume.

Brian Johnson took down the contest with his “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” costume.

Don't mind me I'm just a tree.

Don’t mind me I’m just a tree.

Cheech and Chong took sometime off from touring to stop at Curtis Hall for some lunch.

Cheech and Chong took sometime off from touring to stop at Curtis Hall for some lunch.

We at the Indian Leader would like to thank the Staff of Curtis Hall and all those who participated in the event you really made this event one to remember.

 

Charlie Perry is the Editor in Chief of the Indian Leader newspaper. He is also a contributing writer for NDNsports.com. He can be reached at cperry52@rocketmail.com or on Twitter @CharlieHPerry