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September 23, 2018

CYO Hosts Pumpkin Carving Contest


FULTON, NY – Area youth in grades kindergarten through sixth displayed their creative skills during the annual CYO Halloween Pumpkin Carving contest held at Catholic Charities of Oswego County in Fulton.

Forty-eight children received complimentary pumpkins to carve and enter in the contest and bring home with them for Halloween.

The children also enjoyed a number of Halloween themed arts and crafts projects including making their own trick or treat bags and a personal nametag. Winners received a certificate and a CYO T-shirt.

Boys photo: Pictured are the winners in the boys K-3 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest. From left are: Adam Patterson, Scariest; Sam Thompson, Most Original; and Jacob Russell, Best Overall.

Boys photo: Pictured are the winners in the boys K-3 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest. From left are: Adam Patterson, Scariest; Sam Thompson, Most Original; and Jacob Russell, Best Overall.

Jaycee Gibides (left) won the award for Most Original and Samantha McRae (right) won the award for Best Overall in the girls grades K-3 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest.

Jaycee Gibides (left) won the award for Most Original and Samantha McRae (right) won the award for Best Overall in the girls grades K-3 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest.

Pictured are the winners the in boys grades 4 – 6 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest. From left are: Kamrin Ledger, Best Overall; Jaymes Garrison, Most Original; and Zach Russell, Scariest.

Pictured are the winners the in boys grades 4 – 6 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest. From left are: Kamrin Ledger, Best Overall; Jaymes Garrison, Most Original; and Zach Russell, Scariest.

Pictured are the winners in the girls grades 4 – 6 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest. From left are: Sydnie Harrington, Best Overall; Rachel Bedford, Most Original; and Angelique Albanese, Scariest.

Pictured are the winners in the girls grades 4 – 6 division of Catholic Charities’ annual pumpkin carving contest. From left are: Sydnie Harrington, Best Overall; Rachel Bedford, Most Original; and Angelique Albanese, Scariest.

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