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Safe Halloween 2009

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As a guest of Simmons Community Outreach at the Scott/Ross Center, I joyously participated in this wonderful annual event. The neighborhood children arrived around 3:30, and then went directly to Alumnae Hall, where several Simmons groups and Halls had planned Halloween activities for the children to participate in, including a mummy wrap in toilet paper and face painting. At around 4:30, the children were brought into the South Hall living room, which was decorated to the nines for Halloween, where they listened to the scary olde professer read stories. I read What Was I Scared Of? by Doctor Seuss, and the opening chapter of Ray Bradbury's The Halloween Tree. I can not wait until next Halloween!


Posted by Bob White on October 31, 2009 10:17 AM