Knights of Columbus Halloween Party

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The Dunmore Knights of Columbus recently held its annual Halloween party for about 100 area children and their family members at the Dunmore Community Center.

Volunteers from the Dunmore Knights of Columbus, Council 3635, with the help of area businesses, provided food, drinks, entertainment by a juggler, and a costume contest for categories such as the youngest, scariest, most original, funniest, and cutest.

Shown from left are: James Brennan, K of C treasurer, with winners for Youngest, Ruby June Brennan with mom; Most Original, scarecrow, Jayden Farinas; Cutest, baby wolf, Sebastian Farinas and mom; Scariest, Christopher Fortese; Funniest, banana, Brett Monelli, and John Pugliese and Mario Niece, K of C members.

 

Knights of Columbus dub “Best Halloween Costume” winners

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Dunmore Knights of Columbus, Council 3635, held its annual Halloween party for children of all ages in Oct, 30 at Dunmore Community Center, with the help of area businesses, who provided food, drinks, entertainment by a DJ, and a costume contest for categories such as the youngest, scariest, most original, funniest, and cutest.

A total of 97 children along with parents and other family members attended this year’s party. Winners of the costume contest were awarded $25 in each category.

Shown in front row, from left: Nathan Sottile, funniest, Blow Up Morph; Gavin Monahan, scariest, Grim Reaper; Kasey Malone, most original, soda machine; Serafina Carrasquilla, cutest, cowgirl, with mom; Reyna Jade Brennan, youngest, strawberry, with mom and cousin Kadence. Back row: John Pugliese and James Brennan, members of the Knights of Columbus, Dunmore.

DEC hosts first ever “Trunk or Treat”

bucksOn Saturday, Oct. 29, the Dunmore Elementary Center and the Elementary Center Parent Teacher Association sponsored the 1st Annual Trunk and Treat.  The DEC parking lot was jam packed with 50 vehicles displaying trunk themes ranging from Minecraft, Ghostbusters, Charlie Brown’s Great Pumpkin Patch, A Sweet Treat Shoppe, and more.  

The event afforded the children of the Dunmore School District the opportunity to enjoy a night of safe and secure trick or treating.  The event came to a close around 7:30pm with our creative “trunkers” already thinking of themes for next year.  

The DEC PTA would like to thank all the participants who took the time to decorate a trunk and provide the abundance of treats our children took home.  We can’t wait to do it again next year.