Raymond Recreation News


Raymond Recreation’s 26th Annual Halloween Costume Party
Submitted by Raymond Recreation Department 10-31-13

Raymond Recreation hosted their 26th Annual Halloween Party on Saturday, October 26th in the gym at the Raymond High School.  There were over 150 children and over 300 people in total dressed up in some imaginative costumes.  What a wonderful sight, seeing everyone all come together and have fun.  The judging was very difficult for the judges this year due to the many wonderful costumes. 

The first place winners in each age group were; ages 0 – 3 Lidia Castle as a creature from Monsters inc, ages 4 & 5 Brook Hollis as Dorothy from Wizard of Oz, ages 6 & 7 Ava Tobin as a Geisha, ages 8 & 9 Jamie Bart as a school cafeteria worker, ages 10 & up Brooke Vaughn as a walking box of cheez its.  The first place family costume goes to The Lewis Family who were dressed up as The Lorax from Dr. Seuss.

There were many games and activities.  Hannaford sponsored the craft table and donated pumpkins for all the children to decorate.  Everyone had lots of fun!   As always, the entire evening was a success!  A big thank you goes out to everyone who made this evening happen.

Picture:  Miss Raymond, Taylor Brewitt, handing out costume prizes while other children wait patiently.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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