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Northampton Athletic Association members are pumped and ready to go during Northampton Borough’s Jack Frost Parade Oct. 18. Northampton Athletic Association members are pumped and ready to go during Northampton Borough’s Jack Frost Parade Oct. 18.
Jessica, Shiloh, Evangeline and Magdalen Bing, of Northampton, join Bonnie and Isaac Almond, of Northampton, at the parade, sponsored by the Northampton Exchange Club.PRESS PHOTOS BY TINAMARIE MARTIN Jessica, Shiloh, Evangeline and Magdalen Bing, of Northampton, join Bonnie and Isaac Almond, of Northampton, at the parade, sponsored by the Northampton Exchange Club.PRESS PHOTOS BY TINAMARIE MARTIN
Members of Boy Scout Troop 40, of Kreidersville, ride on a float during the parade, in its 70th year. Members of Boy Scout Troop 40, of Kreidersville, ride on a float during the parade, in its 70th year.
Northampton Area High School Big ‘N’ Band marches along the route, which began at Smith Lane, near the borough hall, traveled onto Laubach Avenue, then 19th Street to Main Street and disbanded on Lerchenmiller Drive. Northampton Area High School Big ‘N’ Band marches along the route, which began at Smith Lane, near the borough hall, traveled onto Laubach Avenue, then 19th Street to Main Street and disbanded on Lerchenmiller Drive.
Olivia Erickson, Lauren Sheckler and Delaney Erickson, of Palmerton, Tori Walck, of Northampton, and Gavin Kress, of Schnecksville, are dressed for the holiday occasion. Olivia Erickson, Lauren Sheckler and Delaney Erickson, of Palmerton, Tori Walck, of Northampton, and Gavin Kress, of Schnecksville, are dressed for the holiday occasion.
Cheyenne and Sebastian Kunkle, of Northampton, are excited for the annual Halloween parade to begin. Cheyenne and Sebastian Kunkle, of Northampton, are excited for the annual Halloween parade to begin.
3d Dance Studio members are out of this world during the parade. 3d Dance Studio members are out of this world during the parade.

It’s a Jack Frost kind of night

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 by The Press in Local News