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The Mis­sisquoi North (CABMN) Youth Cen­tre wel­comed record num­bers of chil­dren and adults to its Hal­loween themed evening on Wed­nes­day night. With treats pro­vided by the Man­sonville Op­ti­mist Club and the amaz­ing co­or­di­na­tion ef­forts of Ju­lia Eldridge and Rachelle Lachance, FYI (For­mer Youth In­volve­ment) com­mit­tee mem­bers and long-time youth cen­tre sup­port­ers, the evening was a blast from start to fin­ish.

With over fif­teen youth and vol­un­teers par­tic­i­pat­ing, the theme this year was, “Haunted Prom” and the zom­bies were aplenty as Prin­ci­pal Mc­green wel­comed all who dared en­ter to en­joy the “last waltz” of the evening. Ac­cord­ing to Mc­green, “peo­ple were dy­ing to get in!”

While spine tin­gling an­tics took place in­side, out­side the cen­tre, hot choco­late and hot cof­fee were served to warm all who ar­rived in the damp driz­zle, kids in tow, look­ing to stop the chill in their bones. A photo booth as­sured that all trick or treaters, both young and not so young were able to sit for a fam­ily photo or one with friends. Pho­tos can be found on the Youth Cen­tre Face­book page.

It was es­ti­mated that over 140 youth passed through the Cen­tre which is a record num­ber. For the or­ga­niz­ers and vol­un­teers, this is the one night where the oc­ca­sional scream of a child or adult is sweet mu­sic to the ears!

All in­volved with this an­nual haunt send out their grat­i­tude to the Man­sonville Op­ti­mist Club for their spon­sor­ship of the event and to the Mu­nic­i­pal­ity of Pot­ton for the use of a tent to pro­vide shel­ter from the rain while par­ents and youth shared a bev­er­age and stopped for a photo.

Or­ga­niz­ers ex­tend a huge thank you to all who helped with the event from zom­bies to those out­side the build­ing serv­ing re­fresh­ments and tak­ing pho­tos. This has be­come a tra­di­tion for the Youth Cen­tre and the youth and their fam­i­lies. For Eldridge and Lachance, “It’s the most won­der­ful time of the year!”

PHO­TOS BY MABLE HAST­INGS

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