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Double, double, toil and trouble

A Halloween of historical figures . . . and a bear

Which OneJustice staffer swept the 2014 costume contest?

Ok, so we didn’t actually have any witches at the OneJustice staff Halloween parties this year.  But we did have lots of creative costumes, including some historical figures, animals, fictional movie characters, a boxer, a burglar, static cling, and . . . a bear.

And for the winners of this year’s costume contest, we bring you (drum roll please  . . . )

  • First place in San Francisco: Amelia Earhart (aka Lauren Roberts, Staff Attorney for the Rural Justice Collaborative)
  • First place in Los Angeles: the unicorn (aka Kelsey Williams, IMPACT LA Project Fellow)
  • Second place: Yoko and John Lennon (aka Arbour Decker, Donor & Corporate Relations Manager and Ruby Kimberly, Justice Bus Program Associate)
  • Third place: Bear (otherwise known as Mike Winn, Senior Staff Attorney)

Check out the photo montage for more spooks (and laughs).  Wishing you the most spooktacular and fanta-boo-lous Halloween ever!

2 responses to “Double, double, toil and trouble

  1. jilltpbn October 31, 2014 at 5:28 pm

    This is wonderful. What creative costumes!

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