Lifestyle, News Rotary celebrates 75 years of Halloween Parade in Hancock by editor on November 2, 2022 editor Author More in Lifestyle: Moving indoors: Yoga offers winter exercise, balance & other benefits for all ages November 30, 2022 Cold didn’t dampen Miracle on Main Street, tree lighting November 30, 2022 Hancock library to host holiday movie, craft and family events November 30, 2022 https://www.thehancocknews.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/20221026_200315.mp4 Video and photos by Geoff Fox, The Hancock News The zombie version of the Hancock High School Panthers Marching Band led the way for the Hancock Rotary Halloween Parade last Wednesday evening, October 26. Michael Myers took a break from his normal Halloween activities to drive a tractor with Girl Scout Troop #80338 in tow with their “Spooky Scouts” float. Girl Scout Troop #15055 channeled the Rockford Peaches from the movie “A League of Their Own” for their float. Good Shepherd Preschool was cooking up something good with their junior chefs on their float in the parade last Wednesday evening. “I smell children!” – The Sanderson Sisters. That was the theme of the CNB float in the Hancock Rotary Halloween Parade. Rotary float.