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REPORTING · 31st October 2011
Walter McFarlane
The Community Room at Riverlodge was set up with three tables on Sunday, October 30th for the latest addition to the Halloween Howl. Pumpkin Carving was set up for families. Registration was in advance and the event filled up fast.

“This year, we put a new component into it. We’re having a pumpkin Carving from 2-4 and our Halloween Howl from 4-6,” said Marcy Rice.

30 pumpkins were carved up by about 28 families. Rice suggested bringing in more pumpkins next year so more people could participate. When the pumpkins were finished, families could place them in the big gym for the Howl for public judging. The winners receive a basket of goodies.
Izaak Vellho, Jake McCulley and Ethan Vellho scoop the guts out of their pumpkins
Izaak Vellho, Jake McCulley and Ethan Vellho scoop the guts out of their pumpkins
Jackie and Sara Faith Rutsatz work on their pumpkin
Jackie and Sara Faith Rutsatz work on their pumpkin
Eva and Unity Kalies and Christine Ferreira carve their pumpkins
Eva and Unity Kalies and Christine Ferreira carve their pumpkins
Sean, Leeanne and Dayle Gust show of their witch pumpkin.
Sean, Leeanne and Dayle Gust show of their witch pumpkin.