2019 Halloween Parade A Great Time For Students, Staff and Community

ASHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS THRILL
COMMUNITY MEMBERS WITH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARADE

During the annual Halloween Parade, Ashland Elementary students, staff and parents enjoyed an afternoon of trick or treating and spooky fun.  This year, Grand Marshal Dan Uhlman led the parade.  Dressed in his official Pumpkin King suit, parade stick and horn, he guided the students to the many participating businesses on Main Street.

Pictured above Grand Marshal Dan Uhlman and Principal, Dr. Shannon Bartlett, 
along with members of the Ashland Police Department prepare to get the parade started.)

As the parade lined up at the elementary school, the air was filled with joy and laughter as students and staff alike showed off their costumes.  Community members and local business owners also joined the festivities by also wearing a wonderful selection of costumes.

(Pictured above employees of the Fuchsia Peony join the Halloween fun by giving out candy in costume;
pictured in the bottom row are  students Hunter Melanson,  Lucy Burr, Baylee Newcomb, Audra Farrell, Shyanne Elsmore and Lucy Montague.)

 Thanks to the following businesses who participated in trick or treating:  Village Grill, Elaine Hughes Realty, Dollar General, Farm Family Insurance, Buskey’s Auto, Common Man Restaurant, Lisa’s Personal Training, Bob’s Shurfine, Lucky Dragon, Ashland Community Church, Fuchsia Peony, Ashland Library, Highlites, Community Laundry, Squam Lakes Plumbing and Heating, Meredith Village Savings Bank, and the Ashland Town Office.

Special thanks to the staff at Meredith Village for coordinating the parade route as well as to the Ashland Police, Fire and Highway departments who assisted with traffic control.