EXETER — Members of the Exeter Lions Club handed out treat bags to students of JFK Elementary School during the club’s annual Goblin Watch on Friday, Oct. 30. Students dressed in costume paraded from the school on Penn Avenue to the Lions’ gazebo on the corner of Wyoming Avenue and Lincoln Street.
Karen Switzer, faculty member at Wyoming Area’s JFK Elementary School, rings a bell and leads the students as they parade through Exeter Borough before stopping at the Exeter Lions pavilion on Wyoming Avenue, where students received treat bags from the Lions.
JFK faculty member Renee DeAngelo, dressed as a ladybug, escorts students back to the school during the Halloween parade walk. She is walking with Brett Funket (dressed as PacMan), Robert Bird (dressed as Spiderman), and Chelsey Callender (dressed as a policewoman).
Exeter Lions get silly during a in the Halloween treat bag give-a-way at the Lions pavilion on Wyoming Avenue. Lions members handed out the bags to students from Wyoming Area’s JFK Elementary school. First row, from the left, Jack Brogan, Jean Marie Radle, Linda Hyzenski, Len Bonfanti. Second row, Caroline Kudasik, Mary Vesloski, Janet Serino.