at the Children's Halloween Fair. She was
the "Headless Woman." (Photo by Kay Scott)
R.C. School teacher Katy Brickey, (wearing a costume created by San Pedro's premier costume designer Dulce Wolfe) "The Chupacabra", won the most creative prize. José Requeña, dressed as "The Werewolf" was judged the scariest. The two shared the honor of winning first place and each was awarded a round trip TACA ticket.
Second Place winner - "Swamp Thing" was won by "Spanish" Jose Pacifico. Swamp Thing won a round trip ticket on Tropic, 2 nights at the Ramada and dinner at the Radisson. "The Dead Rasta" portrayed by Ena Cocom was judged the funniest. Ena won 2 nights at Ramon's Village, dinner for 2 at Elvis, and a 2 hour golf cart rental from Ramon's Wheels. Ms. Cocom regularly wins prizes at Halloween with her consistently creative costumes.
Judged as the Most Elegant was the 'Witch's Hat'. No one has claimed the prize which is - a hair cut, shampoo, style, manicure and pedicure courtesy of Hair Design and a $50 gift certificate from Brodie's. The best group prize of four cases of Belikin Beer courtesy of Belize Brewing and a bottle of Kahlua from Concession and Bar Supplies was won by "Angels and Devils" Katrina, Roxanne, Alberto and Eddie.
The contest judges, Melanie Paz, Jaime Guerrero and Wil Alamilla Jr.,
named "La Llorona" portrayed by Chico Flores and the Alonzo Flota's "Dead
Diver" as their favorites. Chico and Alonzo won $50.00 gift certificates
from Sea Gal Boutique and a trip for two on the glass bottom boat Reef Seeker.
prizes at the Holiday Hotel's bash, also visited
The San Pedro Sun. Please note at the bottom
left of the photo that the newspaper's Editor-In-
Chief Jules Collins is attempting to save the
newspaper from this dreaded bloodsucking creature.
The members of the football committee organized a Spook House, a fish pond where the children fished for toys and a tombola. The tombola is a type of raffle where the children purchase numbers and get a prize depending on the number drawn from the raffle. A number of people donated food for the sale of dinners.
Space at the park and weather protection was donated by the San Pedro Town Board and music was provided by Lichi's Box.