2010-11-12 / Community

First Congregational Celebrates Halloween

There was a sleepy superhero and his siblings, too! There was a sleepy superhero and his siblings, too! The 2010 Children’s Halloween Party at First Congregational Church offered good, wholesome fun to participants from the community, plus candy and other snacks donated by local merchants and elected officials. Members of the church made the party a huge success by donating their time and talents, as well.
Outside, there was a chance to nab a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch... Outside, there was a chance to nab a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch...
...and for the brave, a walk around the spooky haunted backyard passageway behind the church, decorated by Kathy Woods and her corps of volunteers. ...and for the brave, a walk around the spooky haunted backyard passageway behind the church, decorated by Kathy Woods and her corps of volunteers.
Games like “pin the hand on the monster” were set up by Claire Walsh. Games like “pin the hand on the monster” were set up by Claire Walsh.
Costumes were, of course, the highlight of the evening. Margaret Whelan posed with her children and their cousin. Costumes were, of course, the highlight of the evening. Margaret Whelan posed with her children and their cousin.
There was great dance music by DJ Mookie Suarez, with the ever-popular limbo dance a group favorite. There was great dance music by DJ Mookie Suarez, with the ever-popular limbo dance a group favorite.
Arts and crafts activities were coordinated by Rebekkah Rodriguez-Thompson (right), of the One World, One Heart early literacy center. Arts and crafts activities were coordinated by Rebekkah Rodriguez-Thompson (right), of the One World, One Heart early literacy center.

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