Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

What lurks amongst the Bluffs?

 

November 8, 2018

Courtesy of Anthony Cox

Alexis DePaulitte, Tegun Hitner, Madi Loyd, Kami Tangeman, Carla Delacruz, Diana Sanchez, Tristan Zitek, Kyle Thurin, Lucy Syvanen- High school Students dressed up for Halloween

It is the spookiest time of the year, with skeletons, ghosts, and goblins. Where you knock on a door with the hope of handfuls of candy and by the end of the night you're so exhausted from walking house to house, and have a tummy full of candy. Some of Pine Bluffs traditions are a Halloween carnival at the community center. Where kids dress up in their costumes and show off their looks. They can win prizes such as little toys and candy and there are a lot of games to play. Some of which the high school clubs host. Like FBLA and FCCLA host a cotton candy stand and a fish for bats, where the fish in hope of catching a prize. But also there's good old trick or treating, with hope of more treats then tricks. I know what you're thinking, do high school students trick or treat? Well, you're darn right they do! You're never too old to put on a costume and get a bag full of candy! Halloween is supposed to be a time for a little fright but also it is a time of the year that full of fun and candy and a good bonding holiday that brings the community a little closer together.

 

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