By Donald Jay Howton
Frightfully, Delightful Halloween Puts Smiles on Many Faces
In spite of a crisp, cold evening, the many children dressed up as ghosts, goblins, vampires, Spider-men, witches, Star Wars characters, rabbits, pirates, angels, devils, skeletons, dinosaurs, zombies, cowboys, princesses and even Wednesday Addams, kept a frightfully, delightful smile on their faces.
After all, they were on a mission for as much candy as possible.
They all seemed to enjoy the Trick-or-Treat Trail on the spookiest night of the year. There were witches riding, ghosts flying and black cats seen along the paths and the sidewalks. One good scare makes for a spooky good time.
On Monday, November 6 Governor Ivey hosted the 75th Annual Turkey Pardoning. The event was held at the Alabama Governor’s mansion.
The turkeys are provided by the Bates Turkey Farm.
Attending the ceremony were Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries Commissioner Rick Pate, Johnny Adams with the Alabama Egg & Poultry Association and Becky Bates Sloane.