Students keep spirits up for Hallway Halloween

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Olivia Ciarlante, 10, from Galloway, looks sharp in her costume. Olivia Ciarlante, 10, from Galloway, looks sharp in her costume.

The Absegami High School's Student Council sponsored its fifth annual Hallway Halloween trick or treat event for community children in kindergarten through fourth grades. Student members of various clubs, teams and organizations provided their young guests with a healthy and safe indoor trick or treat environment Thursday, Nov. 1 The hallways were filled with goodie stations, decorations, crafts and face painting stations.

The Absegami student groups did not want to disappoint the township's children in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The event was rescheduled from Tuesday, Oct. 30.

Absegami student Taron Harley, left, joins friends, Domenic Monteleone, Peyton Bristol and Parker Bristol – all having a fun time. Absegami student Taron Harley, left, joins friends, Domenic Monteleone, Peyton Bristol and Parker Bristol – all having a fun time.

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Members of Galloway's Renegade Peanut Cheer Squad, from left, Roxanne Reckart, Alexandra Lopez, Jaziel Lopez, Magdalena Henderson, Aniyah Beauford, Emani Jackson, Elizabeth Wetmore, Sydney Polk and Renee Ferrao join in the fun. Members of Galloway's Renegade Peanut Cheer Squad, from left, Roxanne Reckart, Alexandra Lopez, Jaziel Lopez, Magdalena Henderson, Aniyah Beauford, Emani Jackson, Elizabeth Wetmore, Sydney Polk and Renee Ferrao join in the fun.

Jackie Casalnova brings her daughter, Theresa, in red, and her friend Shelby Jimenez, to Hallway Halloween. Both girls are eight years old. Jackie Casalnova brings her daughter, Theresa, in red, and her friend Shelby Jimenez, to Hallway Halloween. Both girls are eight years old.


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