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It is with great pleasure to announce that the 8th Annual Halloween Festival held on Saturday, October 25, 2014 was a huge success!

There were approximately 250 people in attendance throughout the day and we received approximately 101 entries into the pumpkin carving contest. They were divided into three age groups: Grades K-1st, 2nd -3rd and 4th -6th and prizes were awarded to the “Funniest,” “Scariest” & “Most Original” in each group.

The winners for each age group were:

Grades K – 1st – Kendall Adams - “Scariest”, Nolo Gonzalez – “Most Original” and Mica Ritter – “Funniest”

Grades 2nd – 3rd – Kierra Charest – “Scariest”, Robert Fauci – “Most Original” and Gavin Gardiner – “Funniest”

Grades 4th – 6th – Emma Tuohy – “Scariest”, Tanner Payette – “Most Original” and Malakai Woodman – “Funniest”

In addition to the pumpkin carving contest, there were also games, refreshments, jumping houses, face painting and a magic show incorporating Halloween Safety (performed by Jason Purdy) to keep the children entertained until prizes were awarded. There was also a special appearance by McGruff.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the area businesses and residents for the contributions they made that helped make this event such a success; specifically, Porfido’s, Home Depot and Northwoods Farm Stand for donating pumpkins, Abbott’s Party Store for donating the jumping houses, Dunkin Donuts for providing refreshments, and Wal-Mart, Chutters, Ninety-Nine, Gold House, Evergreen, Hampton Inn, Whale’s Tale, Pizza Hut and Jax Jr. Cinemas for donating prizes.

A lot of time was volunteered in order to make this event possible! We would like to thank the members of the Volunteers in Police Services, as well as students from the high school and middle school, that assisted the members of the Littleton Police Department with the organization and execution of the event. The success of this event is due largely to the time, effort and hard work you contributed and we appreciate it.
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