Community House Halloween

By Associate Publisher Chuck Larsen


The Sanibel Community House hosted their annual Halloween event again this year as a outdoor drive-thru due to Covid-19.

In the two hour afternoon period about 100 cars arrived with children and parents in custumes.

Our award for one of the more  original costumnes went to James Almond with his parents dressed up as spaghetti and meatballs.

Five volunteer stations provided candy and games for those attending.

Organizers hope to return next year to an event inside the Community House.



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