JP Halloween

November 9, 2012
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People’s Federal Savings Bank employees (from left) Leo Moulis, Loranis Nova, Israel Diaz and Maribel Melendez get into the Halloween spirit by dressing up as main characters from Alice in Wonderland. (Gazette Photo by Rebeca Oliveira)

Betsy and Bennett Resner of JP double up to be the MBTA’s supersized Route 39 bus, complete with working headlights, on Centre Street in central JP in a costume created by dad Ben Resner, who also designed the Route 39 real-time schedule sign inside J.P. Licks. “The 39 bus is almost as much a part of our shared culture as the Monument or the pond,” Ben Resner said. “These kids have the coolest dad,” added MBTA spokesperson Joe Pesaturo. (Photo Courtesy MBTA)

State Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz paints the face of 3-and-a-half-year-old Summer Desmarterau, who was costumed as a pterodactyl, at the Connolly Library in Hyde Square. The library friends group’s annual party included a trick-or-treating parade to 34 businesses in Hyde and Jackson squares. (Gazette Photo by Rebeca Oliveira)

Sixteen-month-old Nora Geller, dressed as a chicken, takes a stroller ride down Centre Street in central JP. (Gazette Photo by Rebeca Oliveira)

Lucas Espinoza, 18 months, shows that for Thor, god of thunder, two lollipops are not enough at the Connolly Library party. (Gazette Photo by Rebeca Oliveira)

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