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REPORTING · 28th October 2015
Walter McFarlane
Riverlodge was a place for tricks and treats on Sunday, October 25th as the Halloween Howl was in full swing. Kids under twelve were enjoying pumpkin carving, games, candy and a fireworks show for a finale.

The event was really busy and a lot of children came through the door. Costumes included a multitude of super heroes, princesses, career options and creatures of myth and legend. Games included sports, colouring and the ever popular balloon man.

Helping with the event were the Kitimat Senior’s Centre who put on the Concession and a group of volunteers from Mount Elizabeth Middle and Secondary School who helped put on the Pumpkin Carving and running one of the booths.
The kids were not the only's in masks, here are Joseline Light and Brenda Denholm in two Puruvian Masks
The kids were not the only's in masks, here are Joseline Light and Brenda Denholm in two Puruvian Masks
Eva Beaupre, Angie Beupre, Mahee Bernard and Emy Robitaille work on their Jack-o-lanterns
Eva Beaupre, Angie Beupre, Mahee Bernard and Emy Robitaille work on their Jack-o-lanterns
Here is Brooklynn Taylor as Malificant with her carving project
Here is Brooklynn Taylor as Malificant with her carving project
Here is Alexis Apps as a Princess, Sydney Turner as a Lion,  and Chloe Siquovin as Supergirl
Here is Alexis Apps as a Princess, Sydney Turner as a Lion, and Chloe Siquovin as Supergirl