Trick-or-treaters come to delight se­niors

John M. Gray Cen­tre and Com­plex saw many cos­tumed chil­dren for their fourth an­nual event

Northern Pen - - EDITORIAL -

ST. AN­THONY, NL – Ghosts, su­per­heroes and princesses ar­rived at the John M. Gray Cen­tre and Com­plex Mon­day, Oct. 23, hun­gry for candy.

Or­ga­nized by Help­ing Hands, chil­dren from sur­round­ing com­mu­ni­ties came to trick or treat through the care cen­tre in St. An­thony. It was the fourth year for the event and brought over 25 kids to see the se­niors.

As the cos­tumed chil­dren re­ceived their treats, the se­niors were treated to their colour­ful cos­tume and bright faces.

To see more pic­tures from the event, check out the web ver­sion of the story at north­ern­pen.ca.

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Edith Humby and trick-or-treater Bella Cull.

KYLE GREENHAM / THE NORTH­ERN PEN

Even some se­niors, like An­nie Hum­ber, de­cided to dress up for the Hal­loween cel­e­bra­tions.

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Rita Hed­der­son places a freezie in Anna Hil­lier’s trick-or-treat bag.

KYLE GREENHAM / THE NORTH­ERN PEN

Fran­cis Kear­ney and trick-or-treater Rylee Hed­der­son.

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