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City’s Halloween Bash at Everett Rec was scary fun

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Advocate Staff Report

  The City of Everett recently hosted its annual Halloween Bash at the Everett Recreation Center. There was no shortage of treats and lots of fun for the over 1,000 attendees at the Recreation Center. Attendees were treated to a bouncy castle, train rides, candy apples, popcorn, face painting, balloon creations, pumpkins and the chance to decorate them, spooky photos and plenty of delicious candy. The Everett community wore their spookiest costumes and joined together to celebrate the scariest time of year.

  Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to thank everyone who attended, as well as participants who made this event successful. Event participants that donated their time and services are Eliot Family Resource Center, Everett Fire Department, Joint Committee for Children’s Health Care in Everett, Mass. State Police and The Well Coffee House.

Over 1,000 people attended the City of Everett’s annual Halloween Bash.
Attendees were able to take a ride on the train around the track of Glendale Park.
The party was also outside in the parking lot of the Everett Recreation Center.

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