Members of the Shenandoah Community Watch held a Halloween Parade in the borough on Saturday, October 31, 2015.
The parade started adjacent to the Hi-Rise and ended in front of the Shenandoah Nursing Home.
After hearing the parade was not going to happen this year, local resident Eric Becker chose to coordinate one with the help of the Shenandoah Community Watch group, who also held a Safe Trick Or Treat event a few nights before. He stated the group’s appreciation to all the participants, supporters, and volunteers. Appreciations were also given to Abrachinsky True Value Hardware – Shenandoah, Avenues – Shenandoah, Bargain Anne – Shenandoah, Boran’s Cobblestone Bakery – Shenandoah, Burger King – Shenandoah, Capital Food Market – Shenandoah, Catizone’s Barber Shop – Shenandoah, Chill Out Ice Cream – Shenandoah, Downtown Shenandoah, Inc. – Shenandoah, Eye Care Optical – Shenandoah, Francesco’s Restaurant – Shenandoah, Jean’s Newsstand – Shenandoah
King Kruller Donut Shoppe – Shenandoah, La Casita De Familia – Shenandoah, Lightning Rent To Own – Shenandoah, Lyric Restaurant – Shenandoah, Mike’s Seafood – Shenandoah, One Stop – Shenandoah, Park Restaurant – Shenandoah, Rite Aid – Shenandoah, Schuylkill Historical Fire Society, Shenandoah Borough, Shenandoah Cheerleaders, Shenandoah Fire Police, Shenandoah Police Department, Shenandoah Ambulance, Shenandoah Pride Community (SPCI), Shenandoah Senior Living Community – Shenandoah, Shenandoah Valley Marching Band, Weis Snacks, and numerous others.
Andrew Szczyglak, Shenandoah’s Mayor, said, “It was a fantastic turn out. I give all the credit to the Shenandoah Community Watch, Mr. Gordon Slater and to Mr. Eric Becker on a fine job. I commend them for their time and effort they put into the Halloween parade. It was a total success.”
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