Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite


Thursday, November 8th, 2012
Issue 45, Volume 16.


Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Miss Fallbrook Lexi Houk, left, and Miss Teen 1st Princess Shane Murphy, right, visit
with “Connor,” a youngster dressed as a shark who won first place in the costume contest for ages 4 and under at Safe Halloween held Oct. 31 at La Paloma School.
Miss Fallbrook Lexi Houk, left, and Miss Teen 1st Princess Shane Murphy, right, visit with “Connor,” a youngster dressed as a shark who won first place in the costume contest for ages 4 and under at Safe Halloween held Oct. 31 at La Paloma School.

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Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - The Tug-o-War with a Pirate was a favorite event at Safe Halloween for, from foreground, Natalya Bautista, Kyle Collings, and Anela Bautista.
The Tug-o-War with a Pirate was a favorite event at Safe Halloween for, from foreground, Natalya Bautista, Kyle Collings, and Anela Bautista.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Little lion Luis Bautista, age 1-1/2 years, is ready to participate in the hula hoop contest at Safe Halloween.
Little lion Luis Bautista, age 1-1/2 years, is ready to participate in the hula hoop contest at Safe Halloween.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Lyma Santiago and daughter, Lilliana work to lift a cut-out with a straw in order to win a prize at the Safe Halloween event Oct. 31.
Lyma Santiago and daughter, Lilliana work to lift a cut-out with a straw in order to win a prize at the Safe Halloween event Oct. 31.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Kaylie Rodriguez, dressed as Cinderella, works on an arts and crafts project offered at Safe Halloween.  
Kaylie Rodriguez, dressed as Cinderella, works on an arts and crafts project offered at Safe Halloween.  

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Elizabeth Parmann, dressed as Toothless from “How to Train Your Dragon,” proudly displays her mask on a stick. Elizabeth won first place in the costume contest for ages 5 and 6.
Elizabeth Parmann, dressed as Toothless from “How to Train Your Dragon,” proudly displays her mask on a stick. Elizabeth won first place in the costume contest for ages 5 and 6.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - During an adult Mummy Wrapping Contest at Safe Halloween, Cailee Kenny works to wrap her mother, Melody.
During an adult Mummy Wrapping Contest at Safe Halloween, Cailee Kenny works to wrap her mother, Melody.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - The winners of the adult Mummy Wrapping Contest at Safe Halloween are Luis Ramos and Maria Maya.
The winners of the adult Mummy Wrapping Contest at Safe Halloween are Luis Ramos and Maria Maya.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Kyle Collings prepares to lift up a plastic cup to see if a prize is hidden underneath it, during the activities offered at Safe Halloween.
Kyle Collings prepares to lift up a plastic cup to see if a prize is hidden underneath it, during the activities offered at Safe Halloween.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - A group of 5 and 6-year-olds stand in a line for a costume contest at Safe Halloween on Oct. 31.
A group of 5 and 6-year-olds stand in a line for a costume contest at Safe Halloween on Oct. 31.

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Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Sisters Gianna, Sydney and Meadow Breese circulate through the Safe Halloween event in their costumes.
Sisters Gianna, Sydney and Meadow Breese circulate through the Safe Halloween event in their costumes.

Safe Halloween a seasonal favorite - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Aldo Alvidres, left, accompanies son, Adam, who is dressed up as a mariachi entertainer, to Safe Halloween. Aldo was scheduled to deploy to Afghanistan the next morning with his military unit.
Aldo Alvidres, left, accompanies son, Adam, who is dressed up as a mariachi entertainer, to Safe Halloween. Aldo was scheduled to deploy to Afghanistan the next morning with his military unit.


 

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