Franklin’s Fall-O-Rama returns
Published 5:55 pm Friday, November 1, 2019
- Devin Isaac Blow Deloatch of the Hampton Roads Workforce Council (formerly Opportunity Inc.) shows a costumed trick-or-treater the “boo toss” game. Stephen Faleski | The Tidewater News
Aria Campbell tries her hand at a Halloween-themed version of cornhole. Stephen Faleski | The Tidewater News
Franklin’s Department of Parks and Recreation held its sixth annual Fall-O-Rama on Thursday, Oct. 24 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center. The Fall-O-Rama is a free, pre-Halloween party with food, games, candy and Halloween costume contests for children ages 1-4 and 5-9. Assisting Parks and Recreation with the event were several J.P. King Jr. Middle School students and representatives of various community organizations.
Christian Dotson, an eighth grader at J.P. King Jr. Middle School watches a costumed trick-or-treater play witih a hula-hoop. The object of this game was to toss a hoop around the post draped in white cloth. Stephen Faleski | The Tidewater News