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November 8, 2013

412th Comptrollers Squadron observes Halloween with costume contest

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Rebecca Amber
Staff Writer

The 412th Comptroller Squadron and Edwards AFB Contracting celebrated Halloween, Oct. 31 with their annual costume contest in Building 2800. Some of the costumes included Wednesday Addams, Tina Turner, John Travolta and Clark Kent. First place in the men’s costumes went to a pirate and for the women, first place went to the Aflac duck. The best costume judged overall was worn by Betty Nakashige, 412th Logistics Readiness administrative assistant.

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Edwards AFB Financial Management and Contracting celebrated Halloween with an annual costume contest in Building 2800.

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The best overall costume was awarded to Betty Nakashige, 412th Mission Support Group Logistics Readiness administrative assistant. Her costume was the “Hypnotic Skeleton Lady.”

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Senior Airman Elizabeth Heaton (far right), enjoys a “snack” before the 412th Comptrollers Squadron hosted a costume contest on Halloween.

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Bailey Gay (left), 412th Comptroller Squadron, carried tricks and treats in her hand bag. Senior Airman Henghui He, 412th Comptroller Squadron, searches for candy mixed in with all of Gayís tricks.

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Mary Hoffmann (left), Financial Management specialist, came as Wednesday Addams and 1st Lt. Benjamin Bonenfaat, budget analyst, dressed as Neo from “The Matrix.”

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Megan Gipson (left), procurement analyst, took second in the womenís category as the Aflac Duck and Margie Gutierrez, Financial Management, dressed up as the good witch.

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In addition to their costume contest, Financial Management held a pumpkin painting contest.

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Debbie Barbier, 412th Mission Support Group, stock fund manager, came dressed for Halloween as a purple witch.




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