The 2019 Pet Costume Parade judges gather on Central Avenue Friday to select the standouts from amongst 58 dogs, one cat and a goat. From left, Superintendent Kurt Steinhaus, Enterprise Bank & Trust Market President Liddie Martinez and Diego Munoz of Del Norte Credit Union. Courtesy photo
The 2019 Pet Costume Parade 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners take their moment in the spotlight and receive gift cards from Pet Pangaea. Courtesy photo
Rounding out the winner’s circle is 4th place winner Tyrone Nigel Clark, 11, (pet of Carol A. Clark of the Post) who impressed the judges with his dinosaur costume. Courtesy photo
More than 90 businesses and organizations came out Friday to hand out treats to the public during Trick-or-Treat on MainStreet.
Performers included the Los Alamos High School Olions, Dance Arts Los Alamos and Ridgeway Magic.
In addition, 58 dogs, one cat and a goat came out to participate in this year’s Pet Costume Parade. LAHS senior Katie Herrmann organized the event as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award, with more than $500 in donations collected to benefit the Los Alamos County Animal Shelter.
The top three winners, selected by judges Superintendent Kurt Steinhaus, Enterprise Bank & Trust Market President Liddie Martinez and Diego Munoz of Del Norte Credit Union, each received gift cards donated by Pet Pangaea.
Trick-or-Treat on MainStreet is organized by Los Alamos MainStreet and Los Alamos Creative District, with support and sponsorship from the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, Los Alamos County, Enterprise Bank & Trust, Del Norte Credit Union and Los Alamos Medical Center.