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PTA having costume sale

Posing for a parent’s camera before they head out to get more business for the Oklahoma Road Middle School Halloween Costume Resale on Sept. 27, students modeled some of the costumes available. From left: Monica Kuether, a seventh-grader; Madilyn Geidel, a fifth-grader at Carrolltowne Elementary; and Nina Elsner, a seventh-grader. Madilyn described her costume as “a monkey magician wearing Mr. Potato Head.”
Posing for a parent’s camera before they head out to get more business for the Oklahoma Road Middle School Halloween Costume Resale on Sept. 27, students modeled some of the costumes available. From left: Monica Kuether, a seventh-grader; Madilyn Geidel, a fifth-grader at Carrolltowne Elementary; and Nina Elsner, a seventh-grader. Madilyn described her costume as “a monkey magician wearing Mr. Potato Head.” (Nancy McKenzie photo)

The Oklahoma Road Middle School Parent-Teacher Association has been collecting costumes to sell in a Halloween fundraiser.

The Halloween Costume Resale held its first sale date Sept. 27, and another sale is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, in the front entrance of the school at 6300 Oklahoma Road, Eldersburg.

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PTA members and students will be on hand to help customers with their costume selections.

The Halloween Costume Resale has all sizes from infant to adult, as well as masks and costume props.

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Funds raised will support the programs of the Oklahoma Road Middle School PTA.

For more information, call Michele Geidel, president of the Oklahoma Road Middle School PTA, at 443-223-2080.

By Nancy McKenzie

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