CARVING AT NANOOSE ELEMENTARY: Grade 3/4 and 6/7 students at Nanoose Bay Elementary carved a total of 84 pumpkins donated by Quality Foods and the Fairwinds Community Association which decorated the school and were then moved to the Fairwinds clubhouse for their Halloween party. Three winning teams won prizes and the participants received McDonald’s or Boston Pizza gift certificates. Teacher Maria Mihoc spearheaded the idea and her Grade 6/7 class carved pumpkins on Thursday. Above

Carving pumpkins at Nanoose Bay Elementary School

Three winning teams won prizes and the participants received McDonald's or Boston Pizza gift certificates

CARVING AT NANOOSE ELEMENTARY: Grade 3/4 and 6/7 students at Nanoose Bay Elementary carved a total of 84 pumpkins donated by Quality Foods and the Fairwinds Community Association which decorated the school and were then moved to the Fairwinds clubhouse for their Halloween party. Three winning teams won prizes and the participants received McDonald’s or Boston Pizza gift certificates. Teacher Maria Mihoc spearheaded the idea and her Grade 6/7 class carved pumpkins on Thursday. Above, from left, are Kateri Belisle, Maddy Jenkins and Vienna Phillip.

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