First place winner McKenna Sullivan, the candy fairy
Super heroes, fairy princesses, goblins, skeletons, clowns, witches, pirates, vampires and a variety of other creatures descended upon Edgewood as the afternoon’s festivities began. Residents sat in their doorways holding pumpkin buckets overflowing with candy as trick or treaters went up and down the halls gathering their bounty. As the costumed characters passed by each person, two or three special goodies were dropped into their containers. Excitement flowed from the children as they filled their bags while the residents smiled with delight at each little one’s outfit.
“The children were so cute,” said Pauline Deming, a facility resident. “It was fun passing out the candy and seeing all the kids.” After completing the circle through the halls, donuts and sweet apple cider awaited each participant in the living room. As the event came to a close, three lucky children won prizes for best costumes.
Three top prizes were awarded for costumes. First place this year was McKenna Sullivan, the candy fairy.
Second place went to Alexia and Brendan Luzader.
Third Prize went to Angelina Milonov.
A special thank you to all who participated and donated candy for the event.
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