Fancy that! Disco is a real spooktacle
ST COLUMBA’S Primary School in Oban had a spooktacular turn-out for its Hallowe’en disco.
George Noble provided the disco, while the hall had been decorated with a spooky theme by the Parent Council. Best-dressed prizes went to Niamh Burns of primary five, dressed as the Marshmallow Princess, and Carter Camp- bell as a pumpkin. The Early Years Group also shared in the fun, with the under-fives enjoying a Hallowe’en party with lots of lovely costumes.
The school would like to thank everyone who was involved as all the children had a wonderful time.
SPOOKY Draculas, creative pumpkins and handsome superheroes. On Monday October 31 the main sports hall at Atlantis Leisure was packed with Oban’s youngest generation, who were celebrating this year’s Hallowe’en.
Bid4Oban had invited the children to an evening full of fun activities – and the event was, according to Bid4Oban’s administrator Yvonne MacLean, a success.
‘I just counted 85 children – so I would say it’s going great. We’re trying to do a number of different activities to make sure that there’s something for everybody,’ Yvonne added.
Among the activities were a bouncy castle, disco and a number of games. This year money was raised for Comann Nam Parent Oban, whose main aim is to promote and support the establishment and maintenance of education through the medium of Gaelic.
Nicole and Luna Carson on the dance floor. Christina Ochello and Chan Ochello with Bid4Oban administrator Yvonne MacLean. The Halloween costumes at the party were very creative. Here’s Alyss MacDonald and Bethan Niel showing off their costumes. The bouncy castle was one of the most popular activities at the Halloween party.