Photo Highlights: Roscoe Fall Festival 2022


Kinson, dressed as a pilot and wearing his plane, was one of the winners of Best Costume at the Roscoe Lion's Club Fall Festival Kiddie Parade on Saturday, Sept. 10.

The Roscoe Lions Club hosted the annual Fall Festival in Leland Park on Friday, Sept. 9 and Saturday, Sept. 10. Heavy rain cancelled the parade, carnival, and entertainment scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 11. But Saturday was a sunny day for the Kiddie Parade around the park. Dozens of children, many in costumes, walked in the parade, led by Leo the Lions Club Lion.

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Fall Festival Kiddie Parade around Leland Park, Saturday, Sept. 10.
Veronica, dressed as Medusa, was one of the popular costumes at the Fall Festival Kiddie Parade in Leland Park, Saturday, Sept. 10.
Three little girls, (L-R) Abby, Avery and Lily wore colorful costumes for the annual Fall Festival Kiddie Parade at Leland Park.
The Lolly Swings were a popular carnival ride for the young and not-so-young patrons during Fall Festival.
The business tent featured lots of politicians, local and area organizations and demonstrations at Fall Festival. Bev Pomering, founder and director of the Live R.E.A.L. Foundation, dedicated to advocating awareness of drug abuse and mental health, passed out educational brochures.
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