Halloween fun in Sampson


Local residents got in the Halloween spirit by making a pirate ghost ship at home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. It was created by Debbie Ward with decoration help from Lisa Wright, Pat Drew, Teresa Carter and Chuck Merritt. During the night, Stephanie Edwards and Will Edwards passed out candy to children.


Pirates guard their ghost ship at the home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. (Courtesy photo)


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Anne Wicke has fun dressed as a pirate during Halloween on the Square in Downtown Clinton. The representative from Performance Auto and Toys for Tots was one of many participants.


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Dr. Stuart Blount, superintendent of Clinton City Schools, passes out candy to trick-or-treaters.


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Representatives from U Care, Inc. enjoy passing out candy to children during the Halloween on the Square, an annual tradition for the community.


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Chris Gray of Olive Grove Church passes out treats with other members of the church.


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Local residents got in the Halloween spirit by making a pirate ghost ship at home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. It was created by Debbie Ward with decoration help from Lisa Wright, Pat Drew, Teresa Carter and Chuck Merritt. During the night, Stephanie Edwards and Will Edwards passed out candy to children.

Pirates guard their ghost ship at the home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. (Courtesy photo)

Anne Wicke has fun dressed as a pirate during Halloween on the Square in Downtown Clinton. The representative from Performance Auto and Toys for Tots was one of many participants.

Dr. Stuart Blount, superintendent of Clinton City Schools, passes out candy to trick-or-treaters.

Representatives from U Care, Inc. enjoy passing out candy to children during the Halloween on the Square, an annual tradition for the community.

Chris Gray of Olive Grove Church passes out treats with other members of the church.

Local residents got in the Halloween spirit by making a pirate ghost ship at home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. It was created by Debbie Ward with decoration help from Lisa Wright, Pat Drew, Teresa Carter and Chuck Merritt. During the night, Stephanie Edwards and Will Edwards passed out candy to children.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Ship_1.jpgLocal residents got in the Halloween spirit by making a pirate ghost ship at home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. It was created by Debbie Ward with decoration help from Lisa Wright, Pat Drew, Teresa Carter and Chuck Merritt. During the night, Stephanie Edwards and Will Edwards passed out candy to children.

Pirates guard their ghost ship at the home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. (Courtesy photo)
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Ship_2.jpegPirates guard their ghost ship at the home on the corner of Allen and Fairfax streets in Clinton. (Courtesy photo) Courtesy photo

Anne Wicke has fun dressed as a pirate during Halloween on the Square in Downtown Clinton. The representative from Performance Auto and Toys for Tots was one of many participants.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Halloween_1.jpgAnne Wicke has fun dressed as a pirate during Halloween on the Square in Downtown Clinton. The representative from Performance Auto and Toys for Tots was one of many participants. Courtesy photo

Dr. Stuart Blount, superintendent of Clinton City Schools, passes out candy to trick-or-treaters.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Halloween_2.jpgDr. Stuart Blount, superintendent of Clinton City Schools, passes out candy to trick-or-treaters. Courtesy photo

Representatives from U Care, Inc. enjoy passing out candy to children during the Halloween on the Square, an annual tradition for the community.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Halloween_3.jpgRepresentatives from U Care, Inc. enjoy passing out candy to children during the Halloween on the Square, an annual tradition for the community. Courtesy photo

Chris Gray of Olive Grove Church passes out treats with other members of the church.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Halloween_4.jpgChris Gray of Olive Grove Church passes out treats with other members of the church. Courtesy photo
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