2005-11-04 / Community

BCHS Crew Yard Sale

Even the family dog got into the spirit of Halloween as this mom gives out candy assisted by a busy bee. Even the family dog got into the spirit of Halloween as this mom gives out candy assisted by a busy bee. The Beach Channel High School Crew Team will host a giant yard sale on November 5 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The sale will feature a great selection of housewares, toys, books, glassware and much more. All items are in good condition and at great prices. The money raised will help defray the costs for the award winning Dolphins crew team, which is the only one in New York City. The yard sale will be indoor/outdoor rain or shine. Trick Or Treaters Fan Out Across Rockaway

Homes throughout the peninsula were decorated for the holiday, but perhaps none more so than this home at Beach 128 Street and Newport Avenue in Belle Harbor. Homes throughout the peninsula were decorated for the holiday, but perhaps none more so than this home at Beach 128 Street and Newport Avenue in Belle Harbor. Kids go up the steps to collect their candy as parents discuss the day’s events waiting to move on to the next house. Many say that the beautiful weather brought out record crowds of kids (and many teenagers as well) from one end of the peninsula to the other. Kids go up the steps to collect their candy as parents discuss the day’s events waiting to move on to the next house. Many say that the beautiful weather brought out record crowds of kids (and many teenagers as well) from one end of the peninsula to the other. For most of the early evening until darkness fell, people crowded the streets of the west end. For most of the early evening until darkness fell, people crowded the streets of the west end. Teenagers celebrated with shaving cream and the St. Francis de Sales parking lot on Beach 129 became the main battleground. These young teens are an example of the excesses of Halloween eve. Eggs, not shaving cream, were the problem in Broad Channel and Neponsit, where police had to intervene during the evening. Teenagers celebrated with shaving cream and the St. Francis de Sales parking lot on Beach 129 became the main battleground. These young teens are an example of the excesses of Halloween eve. Eggs, not shaving cream, were the problem in Broad Channel and Neponsit, where police had to intervene during the evening.

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