Trick-or-Treat

By LESLIE COLLINS
Northeast News
October 31, 2012 

L-5.tif

L-8.tif

L-6.tif

library-front page-2.tif

Trick-or-Treat. Youngsters from Northeast visit the North-East Public Library Oct. 26 for trick-or-treating. Costumes ranged from Spiderman to a puppy to princesses to Little Red Riding Hood and more. Youngsters also participated in Dino O’Dell’s “Not-So-Scary Halloween Show.” O’Dell whipped out his guitar to sing and tell stories of space aliens, swimming in peanut butter and kangaroos dunking basketballs. Leslie Collins

 

baby.tif

Crazy stories. Dino O’Dell performs his “Not-So-Scary Halloween Show” at the North-East Public Library Oct. 26. Pictured clockwise from top left: Quinton Mitchell of Northeast laughs as O’Dell performs; Youngsters react to O’Dell’s tale of space aliens; O’Dell sings one of his goofy songs; Sisters Jazmynn Garner (Little Red Riding Hood) and Deliah Larsen (Pumpkin Witch) do a little trick-or-treating at the library. Leslie Collins

Comments are closed.

  • Fire destroys pawn shop warehouse

    November 19th, 2014
    by

    Michael Bushnell Northeast News Nov. 19, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The Kansas City Fire Department were called to an […]


    One dead after morning shooting outside City Hall

    November 12th, 2014
    by

    Joe Jarosz Northeast News Nov. 12, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — One man is dead after a early morning shooting […]


    Kessler Bark: Record breaking tree grows in HNE

    November 12th, 2014
    by

      By Joe Jarosz Northeast News November 12, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The Northeast is now able to claim […]


    U.S. Navy Blue Angels to stop in Kansas City for preseason visit

    November 11th, 2014
    by

    Northeast News Nov. 11, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The U.S. Navy Blue Angel representatives will visit Kansas City next week […]


    KCMO to host hard to recycle items event on America Recycles Day

    November 10th, 2014
    by

    Northeast News Nov. 10, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Are old televisions, mattresses, bicycles and other items taking up space […]


  • City offices closed Nov. 11, 27 and 28; trash pickup delayed

    November 8th, 2014
    by

    Northeast News Nov. 8, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — City Hall wants you to know there will be a few […]


    Gov. Nixon announces summer jobs program for 1,500 low-income youth in Kansas City area

    November 7th, 2014
    by

    Joe Jarosz Northeast News Nov. 14, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The lesson learned from earning a buck is something […]


    Jackson County gets four new faces for Legislature

    November 5th, 2014
    by

    Joe Jarosz Northeast News Nov. 5, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Jackson County Democrats had nothing to worry about on […]


    A new program coming to teach children music

    November 5th, 2014
    by

    By Joe Jarosz Northeast News November 5, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri – An area community center is hoping to bring […]


    Where is the streetcar headed? Update given at NEIA luncheon

    November 5th, 2014
    by

    By Joe Jarosz Northeast News November 5, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri – As more tracks get laid, more information becomes […]


  • Local Weather