Monster Mash!

The Midway Community Hall was packed as the Community Club sponsored a Halloween Ball on Friday, Oct. 25

The Midway Community hall was the place to be last Saturday night as the Midway Community Association hosted a Halloween dance and fun night for young and old. Pictured above are a group of children that took to the dance floor with the “Yip Yips”.



The Midway Community Association hosted a Halloween dance last Saturday night at the Midway hall which drew witches to angels and everything in between for a fun filled night.

Young and old danced the night away with music being provided by the Blues Band (Undercover).

“It was a huge success with close to 100 people that came out. We had costume prizes and door prizes that were generously donated by various businesses in Midway and Greenwood. It was just a fun night!” said Cat Kappes, one of the organizers of the event.

 

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