Here, the gorilla – 6th grader Matt Galipeau – looks over the Red Sox themed pumpkins carved by Ryan Hansen and his brother Jared. Jared’s pumpkin was one of several winners.
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PICKING OUT BOOKS: First grader Olivia Bradford and her younger sister, Reese, look over the large book selection.
ONE OF HER FAVORITES: Shelle Hindle kneels next to one of the teacher-carved pumpkins on the walk. Hindle was co-chair of the book fair.
THE JUDGES: Scott School teachers judged the pumpkins carved by students. Here they gather before making their findings official. The event was free, however, the sale of books is expected to raise more than $1,000 that will go toward school activities.
Lit pumpkins lined the walkway around Scott School Tuesday night as the school PTA held its second annual pumpkin carving contest and book fair under the leadership of Amie Galipeau. Students judged pumpkins carved by teachers while the teachers the best of the students’ works.