JCJC costume contest winners
Written By: Teresa McCreery
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date Submitted: 2015-10-30 10:32:34
ELLISVILLE – The fall weather brought out an estimated three thousand princesses, super heroes, goblins and ghouls to have fun at the annual Jones County Junior College Treats in the Streets on Thursday before Halloween. Hundreds of kids participated in the costume contests for babies and teens, with the winners of the creatively dressed kids receiving treats, sweet prizes and games from the Student Affairs Offices in JCJC.
College students who dressed the best were also given cash prizes for their efforts. Winning the Most Original category were the “Cry Babies,” Anna Wilks of Columbia and Ashailee Brailey of Abbeyville, Louisiana. The scariest JCJC student competing was the “Psycho-Insane Asylum patient,” Joanna Espy of Monticello. The Most Creative were “Mustard and Ketchup,” Sophia Daniel of Hattiesburg and Ryan Ingram of Seminary, and the Best Overall Costume went to, “Baby on Grandma’s Back,” Deanna Brown of Newton.
Treats in the Streets is an annual, free, community event that is hosted by the JCJC Student Government Association, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation and the city of Ellisville.