Zombies have a sense of humor


Prior to a Zombie 5K run Saturday evening at Laurel Oaks, where zombie characters lurked along the running course, makeup was applied to students and volunteers so they would look the part. Two zombies were caught laughing during the makeup phase. In the foreground from left are Chris Slone and Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Oaks students with McClain as their home school.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

One of the carnival games at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest was a football toss. There were three holes cut out of a miniature football field and the point of the game was to accurately throw the ball through a hole. For a brief while, Dale McCamish added his face to a contestant’s choice of targets. The Fall Fest was well attended.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Chris Slone, left foreground, gets into character with makeup help from Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Laurel Oaks students with McClain as their home school. They are preparing to be zombies who will ensure that the participants in a Zombie 5K run held later that evening keep running … away from them.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Prior to a Zombie 5K run Saturday evening at Laurel Oaks, where zombie characters lurked along the running course, makeup was applied to students and volunteers so they would look the part. Two zombies were caught laughing during the makeup phase. In the foreground from left are Chris Slone and Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Oaks students with McClain as their home school.

One of the carnival games at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest was a football toss. There were three holes cut out of a miniature football field and the point of the game was to accurately throw the ball through a hole. For a brief while, Dale McCamish added his face to a contestant’s choice of targets. The Fall Fest was well attended.

Chris Slone, left foreground, gets into character with makeup help from Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Laurel Oaks students with McClain as their home school. They are preparing to be zombies who will ensure that the participants in a Zombie 5K run held later that evening keep running … away from them.

Prior to a Zombie 5K run Saturday evening at Laurel Oaks, where zombie characters lurked along the running course, makeup was applied to students and volunteers so they would look the part. Two zombies were caught laughing during the makeup phase. In the foreground from left are Chris Slone and Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Oaks students with McClain as their home school.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_laughing.jpgPrior to a Zombie 5K run Saturday evening at Laurel Oaks, where zombie characters lurked along the running course, makeup was applied to students and volunteers so they would look the part. Two zombies were caught laughing during the makeup phase. In the foreground from left are Chris Slone and Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Oaks students with McClain as their home school. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

One of the carnival games at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest was a football toss. There were three holes cut out of a miniature football field and the point of the game was to accurately throw the ball through a hole. For a brief while, Dale McCamish added his face to a contestant’s choice of targets. The Fall Fest was well attended.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_target.jpgOne of the carnival games at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest was a football toss. There were three holes cut out of a miniature football field and the point of the game was to accurately throw the ball through a hole. For a brief while, Dale McCamish added his face to a contestant’s choice of targets. The Fall Fest was well attended. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Chris Slone, left foreground, gets into character with makeup help from Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Laurel Oaks students with McClain as their home school. They are preparing to be zombies who will ensure that the participants in a Zombie 5K run held later that evening keep running … away from them.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_forehead.jpgChris Slone, left foreground, gets into character with makeup help from Aubrey Wile, both of whom are Laurel Oaks students with McClain as their home school. They are preparing to be zombies who will ensure that the participants in a Zombie 5K run held later that evening keep running … away from them. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal