These two made for a cute couple at the Community Halloween Bash. Usually the Big Bad Wolf is chasing after Little Red Ridinghood. At the Community Halloween Bash at the Enfield Fire Department, the Big Bad Wolf (Ryan Smith, two-years-old) and Little Red Ridinghood (Reese Smith, one) were hanging out together. (Healey photo)
This Cheetah was cute looking all dressed up. (Healey photo)

ENFIELD: More than 125 kids came through the doors at the Enfield Volunteer Fire Department for the third annual Community Halloween Bash.

The event was put together by Luke Guthro and a team of volunteer firefighters from the department.

It was also used as a fundraiser for the Burn Treatment Society. People would make donations. The final tally for that was $135.

The Bash featured lots of fun and games for all the ghoul and goblins that came by, including a sucker pull; photo booth; colouring books; bean bag toss; hula hoop toss; cake walk; and the kids even got an opportunity to get in the fire trucks.

The fire department wanted to thank everyone for coming out and supporting the event.

(Healey photo)

Here is a list of winners for the Photo Booth costume contest (for each age category that was provided):

Throwing the bean bag. (Healey photo)

AGE 0-3

1 Little Red ridinghood/Big Bad Wolf – Reese Smith/Ryan Smith

2  Little dino guy – (Julia and Dallas Matheson)

3 – Asha Lucas

Age 4-7

1 Amelia McInnis – Minnie Mouse

  1. Abby Eldridge – Cop
  2. Silvie Rutledge Davis – sailor woman

    A young boy gets encouragement as he prepares to throw the bean bag during the bean bag toss game at Enfield Fire’s Community Halloween Bash at the fire hall on Oct. 31.
    (Healey photo)

Age 8-12

1 Breagh Lightle

2 Sierra MacDonald

3 Kylie Bilodeau

Winners can pickup their prizes at the Enfield Fire Hall between 7 am and 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Just for fun we did one for the parents/guardians.

Adults (honourable mentions; no prizes)

  1. Sarah Stewart (Elf)
  2. Ryan Wood (Conehead)
  3. Doris Horne (pirate) and Jenn Allen (robot leader)
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Patrick Healey
Pat has grown up in East Hants, having called Milford, and now Enfield home. He graduated from the journalism program at Holland College in 2001, and has spent time at newspapers in NL and Alberton and Summerside, PEI before becoming a reporter/photographer at The Weekly Press/The Laker in October 2008. He has a rescue kitty named Asha that is much loved—and spoiled. Pat is also our "social engagement guru." Check him out on twitter!