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Raphael Gagnon, Dylan and  Aiden Allard get a little help from their mothers to carve a pumpkin.
REPORTING · 31st October 2014
Walter McFarlane
Riverlodge held its annual Halloween Howl on Sunday, October 26th. Children in costumes were there to have a good time, while local businesses and organizations were out to give out treats to them.

“It’s a family affair. Everyone gets to come down and enjoy costumes, the goodies and the activities. It’s just a great getaway for the parents to come down with the kids,” said Marcy Rice.

At each booth, participants in the game or activity collected stamps on passports. The organizers quickly went through 250 passports.

In addition to trick or treating at the various booths and games, there were 30 pumpkins carved up to be entered in a pumpkin carving contest.

Rice thanked all the volunteers and businesses who came out so the children could have a good time.






Grant Vanloom in his home made minion costume
Grant Vanloom in his home made minion costume
Leo and Billie Gaumont with Ananis Boiven, Addison Daye in the back ground.
Leo and Billie Gaumont with Ananis Boiven, Addison Daye in the back ground.
Enda Kim and Howard Yon.
Enda Kim and Howard Yon.