Tayla Jenkins, 9, hugs the inflatable dragon in her family’s front yard on West College Avenue. Over the weekend, all four of their Halloween inflatables were slashed. After being disappointed, the family decided to patch them and continue to decorate with holiday spirit.
Tayla Jenkins, 9, hugs the inflatable dragon in her family’s front yard on West College Avenue. Over the weekend, all four of their Halloween inflatables were slashed. After being disappointed, the family decided to patch them and continue to decorate with holiday spirit. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com
Tayla Jenkins, 9, hugs the inflatable dragon in her family’s front yard on West College Avenue. Over the weekend, all four of their Halloween inflatables were slashed. After being disappointed, the family decided to patch them and continue to decorate with holiday spirit. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com

Family not letting slashed decorations ruin its Halloween

October 19, 2016 7:54 PM

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