The winner of the costume contest was this young lad as the Tanker Toddler, pulled by his dad. Photo by Kathy Coler

The Honeoye Falls-Lima High School Student Rotary Interact Group would like to thank all the businesses that participated in the Pumpkin Hunt Halloween event this past Saturday (October 31).

In years past the Interact Group would host a fun Halloween party at the Manor School for community youth.

However, this year the students had to get creative to still find a way to serve the community due to the restrictions necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interact President, Elise Lupisella along with the other board members decided to engage the Pinehurst residents by having the costumed youth walk along the sidewalk in front of Pinehurst so the residents could enjoy the costumes and wave to the kids.

The youth with their families then walked throughout the village visiting the participating businesses as volunteers and businesspeople handed out candy from their sidewalk store fronts.

The weather cooperated and many enjoyed the brisk but sunny morning.

These two volunteers, dressed up in costume of course, were in front of the Mane on Main. Photo by Virginia Floss

The student volunteers were members of the HF-L High School Rotary Interact Club and the HF-L High School National Honor Society.

The Costume winner was the “Tanker Toddler” pulled by dad!  Such a great costume with a camouflage mask!

The HF-L Rotary Interact Club sends a big thank you to the folloing participating businesses in the village of Honeoye Falls: Honeoye Falls Market Place, Weider’s ACE Hardware, NAPA Auto Parts, Rucks Pizza, Flaherty’s, Mane on Main, Salvatore’s Pizza, Howard Hanna Real Estate, Family Dollar Store, Molye Chevrolet, Townline Garage, Cute & Sweet, Five Star Bank, State Farm Insurance and Four Corners Eye Care.

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