Vinton DIANE BOISVERT 819-921-5296 news@theequity.ca

This past week, Norma and I toured around Chilliwack, B.C. to see the cranberry farmers flooding their fields and harvesting their crops. It was amazing to see and the colour was brilliant. We made Halloween treats for our great-niece Joceline and great-nephew Hunter for their Halloween party. We made Frankenstein faces and pumpkins out of Rice Krispies. Then we made worms out of jello served on a plate of earth which was Oreo crumbs. I also made a fruit pizza in the shape of a ghost’s head. Vanessa, their mother made them broom sticks from pretzels with cheese strings attached to the end. They also got wieners wrapped in Pillsbury dough to make them look like mummies. Needless to say the kids had a fantastic party but we had just as much fun making the treats.

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