As the 105th Halloween Frolic rolled around, along with it came a variety of fun activities for adults and kids alike.

Among those were the Miss Mary Costume Contest — sponsored by the Hiawatha Chamber and Visitors Bureau and held at the Brown County Historical Society’s Memorial Auditorium.

Miss Mary Award: Genevieve and Hosanna Joslin won the overall Miss Mary Costume Contest award of $100, presented by Andee Rettele, granddaughter of Mary Collins — who the award was named after. Rettele also served as emcee of the event.

Infant-Age 2: 1st, Hosanna Joslin; 2nd, Sutton Eismann; 3rd, Bennett Nigus; 4th, Elijah Alvarado; 5th, Olivia Bowser; 6th, Cash Meenen.

Age 2-PreK: 1st, Jackson Monhollon; 2nd-Emmett Koenig; 3rd, Emerson Enneking; 4th, Beau Schuetz; 5th, Theia Joslin; 6th, Emersyn Nigus.

K-1st winners: 1st, Kasen Patton; 2nd, Wapi Pahmahmie; 3rd, Hanna Reed; 4th, Landynn Patton; 5th, Laytynn Boggs; 6th, Alivia Boyles.

2nd-3rd grade winners: 1st, Khloe Waggoner, 2nd; Tenley Williams; 3rd,Shayna Chandler; 4th, Maria Mendez; 5th, Hunter Durre and 6th, Derek Waggoner.

4th-6th grade winners: 1st, Henley Shoemaker, 2nd, Brynn Boggs, 3rd, Mackenzie Shefferd, 4th, Cooper Andres, 5th, Taylor Waggoner and 6th, Braelynn Gilliland.

Groups: 1st, Shefferds-Addams Family; 2nd, Bassene Boys-Tornado; 3rd, Nigus-Olsen families-The Greatest Showman; 4th, Aller-Spaghetti and Noodles; 5th, Hamms-Bees and Beekeepers; 6th, Joslins-BoPeep and Slinky Dog.

Group With Props: 1st, Hinton, Crider, Sheldon, Simpson-Mario Brothers; 2nd, Patton Farms, combine and corn; 3rd-Schilling-Lion and Lion Tamer.

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