Halloween a Hit on Main Street

A family of Incredibles showed up.  So did Empire stormtroopers, Pickachu, several cows, a Harborfields football player, Catwoman and dozens of other characters, all part of the Halloween parade in downtown Huntington on Monday.

Supervisor Ed Smyth dressed as the football player to honor the Tornadoes team that won the town’s inaugural Army-Navy game on Saturday. Councilwoman Joan Cergol came as Catwoman, while Councilman Dave Bennardo was dressed as an airman.

The parade of adults and children of all ages moved from the Huntington Post Office on Gerard Street down th Main Street and farther south on New York Avenue, collecting candies at participating stores and businesses.



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