Zombies, monsters, princesses and animals walked the streets of Southport on Saturday as the city hosted its Halloween parade and party.
The parade, grand marshalled by Shrine clowns, started at Southport Elementary and traversed to the Southport Community Center, where hundreds of costumed guests enjoyed the party.
The event featured food, trick-or-treating, a walk-through zombie village and a zombie race for the children.
Daisy Delk (right) won the grand prize in the costume contest.
Halloween in Southport
SUBMITTED PHOTO Beverly Elrod (left) of the Johnson County Community Foundation presents a $1,000 check to Amie Walls, coordinator of the BIBs Pantry at University Heights United Methodist Church. The donation will allow BIBs, or Better Indy Babies, to continue its mission of providing free food and hygiene items to the needy, expectant and new mothers and their babies. Donations are always appreciated. The most needed items are listed at www.universi tyheightssumc.us.