2011-10-30 / Community View

Happy Halloween



Lapeer County children will be celebrating Halloween tomorrow night, but some have already started the celebration. Suncrest Childcare held its annual trick or treating with senior residents on Friday. Children walked through the facility in costume, collecting candy. Above, Tyler Briggs, 2, looked inside his treat bag to see how much candy he was collecting. At right, Alaina Fleming, 2, was dressed like a pirate. Lapeer County children will be celebrating Halloween tomorrow night, but some have already started the celebration. Suncrest Childcare held its annual trick or treating with senior residents on Friday. Children walked through the facility in costume, collecting candy. Above, Tyler Briggs, 2, looked inside his treat bag to see how much candy he was collecting. At right, Alaina Fleming, 2, was dressed like a pirate.

Photos by JACOB HUNSANGER Photos by JACOB HUNSANGER

Tyler Nash (above) reaches to pet a rabbit at the Dryden Elementary School PTA’s Harvest Hoopla event Oct. 22. at Cardinal Field. The Dryden Township 3-year-old was one of scores of area children who came to check out the petting zoo and “not so spooky” straw maze. In another part of the field Mike Greaney (left) waited for little ones at the “Arm Wrestle with a Monster” booth. Tyler Nash (above) reaches to pet a rabbit at the Dryden Elementary School PTA’s Harvest Hoopla event Oct. 22. at Cardinal Field. The Dryden Township 3-year-old was one of scores of area children who came to check out the petting zoo and “not so spooky” straw maze. In another part of the field Mike Greaney (left) waited for little ones at the “Arm Wrestle with a Monster” booth.

Photos by PHIL FOLEY Photos by PHIL FOLEY

At left, Sullivan Gartrell, 2, was dressed up as patriotic superhero Captain America for the Suncrest trick or treat event. The children walked through the Lapeer County Medical Care Facility where senior residents gladly gave them candy and admired their colorful costumes. At left, Sullivan Gartrell, 2, was dressed up as patriotic superhero Captain America for the Suncrest trick or treat event. The children walked through the Lapeer County Medical Care Facility where senior residents gladly gave them candy and admired their colorful costumes.

Photo by JACOB HUNSANGER Photo by JACOB HUNSANGER

Isabella Badgley, 3, wore a fairy princess costume while trick or treating at Suncrest on Friday. Residents lined the hallways to watch the children march past in their holiday attire. The most popular costumes for girls were princesses and animals while the many of the boys dressed like superheroes, firefighters and dinosaurs. 
Photo byJACOB HUNSANGER Isabella Badgley, 3, wore a fairy princess costume while trick or treating at Suncrest on Friday. Residents lined the hallways to watch the children march past in their holiday attire. The most popular costumes for girls were princesses and animals while the many of the boys dressed like superheroes, firefighters and dinosaurs. Photo byJACOB HUNSANGER

Abby Lawrence (above, left) winces as Corrine Smith applies face paint at Harvest Hoopla in Dryden. The Dryden Elementary School PTA organized a series of free low-cost events to raise money for school projects. 
Photo by PHIL FOLEY Abby Lawrence (above, left) winces as Corrine Smith applies face paint at Harvest Hoopla in Dryden. The Dryden Elementary School PTA organized a series of free low-cost events to raise money for school projects. Photo by PHIL FOLEY

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