SLIDE SHOW: A few of your Halloween costumes (updated with winners)

Times readers show off seasonal attire that runs the range from scary to cute

Langley Times readers show off their seasonal looks for our Halloween contest.

Here are a few of the many who entered:

Thank you to everyone who entered our Halloween costume contest. We were overwhelmed by the number of creative, realistic and hilarious costumes that were entered, and because of that, have added 10 additional prizes.

Congratulations to our top winner Leila Shook for the Mario Kart wheelchair costume. You have won the $50 Milestones gift card.

The following people have won $10 gift cards to Sticky’s Candy:

• Best kids costumes go to Chantelle Munro for the crazy cat lady and Shelby Marshall for Edward Scissor Hands

• Best makeup goes to Crystal Brunet-Laughlin for the devil and Krynn Gates for the Scarecrow

• Funniest costumes go to Ali Neufeld for the dinosaur family and Jenn Gally for Forrest Gump

• Best couples costumes go to Joanne Ricafrente for the oompa loompas and Amber Shirley Medeiros for Space Girl and Gene Simmons from Kiss

• Most original costumes go to to Tamara Maione for Bob Ross and his happy little tree (with peapod the pocket squirrel) and Sarah Flann for Stranger Things

Prizes are available for pickup at the Langley Times office, 20258 Fraser Highway. ID is required to claim your prize.



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