Provincial Point of View
October 24, 2016
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Halloween is an exciting day for children. Please drive with extreme caution and watch for the excited children that will be going from house to house getting treats. I encourage everyone to follow the tips below to ensure our children enjoy a safe Halloween.
- Plan a route, if you have little ones this can be the best way to navigate a safe path.
- Costumes should be bright, though some of our scary ones will be in dark costumes to cause the most fright, a little reflective tape or a bright scarf will make them better to see. If the best costume ever needs a mask, make sure that the eye and mouth holes are big enough for them to see and breath out of.
- The older kids, who can go on their own without an adult, should have a flashlight, stay in a group and have an agreed upon time to return home to check the treats.
I hope that everyone has a safe and fun time this Halloween! Remember to check our coming events for some fun events taking place in our constituency to celebrate Halloween.
Why did Dracula's mother give him cough medicine?
Because he was having a coffin fit!
What do you call a ghost with a broken leg?
A hobblin' goblin!
What do you call two spiders that just got married?