Night Vision

Photos by Jacob Wiegand/The Herald
Aiden Elliott, left, took a break from playing as he and Landon Reuber, both 11 and of Celestine, attended an outdoor showing of “Halloweentown” on Friday at Northeast Dubois High School. Junior class sponsor Paige Mundy said the movie provided an opportunity for members of the junior class to raise money to help cover dues that fund events such as prom and graduation.

 

Lucy Mundy of Jasper, 6, played with other children prior to the start of the movie.



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