Ross kids celebrate the spooky season during township’s annual Halloween party
Ross dished out plenty of treats during its annual Halloween party at the township’s community center on Saturday.
The popular event was a chance for kids to dress up in their Halloween costumes and participate in activities including pumpkin carving, a costume contest, cookie decorating and crafts.
This year township commissioners added an extra treat by suspending the $10-per-child fee charged to participate.
The $1,500 for supplies to hold the party was donated by local businesses including Turo Family Chiropractic, Trinity Risk Services, attorney Michael Eisen, Right Direction Real Estate, The John Vella Salon, Independence Lending, Brody Closing & Consulting and FNB Corp.