Dress in spooky best to aid poor

THOUSANDS of clowns, monsters and superheroes were out in force on the streets on October 31 ’trick or treating’ as they celebrated Halloween, while others dressed in their spookiest best to to mark the event at their school or club (pictured).

Padstow’s Renai Warner opened her doors in Virginius Street to over 950 children, offering them lolly bags and photo shoots with a range of ‘characters’ as she has done in previous years, charging them a gold coin donation and raising $742.50 for Foodbank NSW & ACT.
“We are hoping to hit $750 and you can still make a donation at,” she said.
Picnic Point Public School Principal Karen Sellick said their Halloween disco was an opportunity for students to express their creativity.
“It was a great opportunity for them to socialise after school, along with their parents and we are grateful the P&C for making it such a success,” she said.
Recreation Sports and Aquatics Club (RSAC) members also got into the mood with a Halloween-themed tenpin bowling event.