Halloween Thanks

A letter of thanks for the people who came out to celebrate Halloween at the Town of Golden Children’s Halloween Party.

We would like to thank all the children and parents that came out to the Town of Golden Children’s Halloween Party. We had such a great time!

A special thank you to Julie and Brent at Tim Hortons for once again donating the coffee and tea and the Halloween bags.

Thank you to those Leos who could make it out to help,  for your hard work and cleaning up.

An extra thank you to everyone who brought a food bank donation.

We received 4 boxes of food and $5.oo in donations. We would like to also thank Meghan, Syenna, Claire and Nicolas for all the extra help with selling raffle tickets and clean up.

An extra thank you goes out to Sarah  for her spooky haunted house.  The kids were truly spooked.

Thank You

Kim Weatherall and Julie Hartwig

Town Party Co-ordinators


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