Photos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise
Winning the age 8 and under category of the Evarts Tourist Commission’s annual “Zombie Walk” costume contest were from left: Bryson Robbins and Erica Williams. They were given treat bags filled with goodies.
Joshua Earley, of Evarts, was the winner of the costume contest age 9-16 category during the recent Evarts Tourist Commission’s “Zombie Walk.” He was given a check for $25.
Kim Wehner, left, won the age 16 and up category of the “Zombie Walk” costume contest held recently in the city of Evarts and hosted by Evarts Tourism. She was presented with a check in the amount of $50. The overall winner for the costume contest was Lorna Brock, right, who was given a check in the amount of $100.
Looking very much the part of a zombie were Bella Burke, left, 13 of Holmes Mill, and Emma Penny, 9 of Black Mountain.
Not missing out on the fun was Evarts Mayor Eddie Manning, who drove a police cruiser during the tourist commission’s “Zombie Walk” held recently in downtown Evarts.
The zombie boys, a group of friends participating in the “Zombie Walk” held in Evarts recently were from left: Nicholas Farley, Tre Perkins, Trenton Manning, Michael Blevins, Timothy Gilley and David Crusenberry, all of Evarts.
Not to be outdone, Brittany Kelly, left, of Cawood, had a unique costume carrying her son Cooper Curtis, 9 months, as if he is a zombie baby coming from her tummy. Also in zombie costume were Gavin Shackleford, 6 of Evarts, and Tucker Curtis, 6 of Cawood.
No one is too young to participate in the Evarts Tourist Commission’s annual “Zombie Walk” held recently in downtown Evarts. Sophia Bell, 4 months, sits in the lap of Sharon Robbins, both of Highsplint, dressed as zombies.
Zombies attacked the police cruiser as Mayor Eddie Manning led the walk through downtown Evarts at their recent “Zombie Walk” hosted by the Evarts Tourist Commission.
Approximately 100 walkers participated in the annual “Zombie Walk” through downtown Evarts, which was hosted by the Evarts Tourist Commission. Mayor Eddie Manning said each year the event seems to grow.