PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Plaistow Pumpkin Lighting.
The Plaistow Recreation Dept. and the Pollard School PTA came together once again for the 8th Annual Pumpkin Lighting party on October 26. The carved and decorated pumpkins were lined up behind the Town Hall on the walkways for all to see and to be judged. The grand finally of the event was the lighting of the 100 plus pumpkins on display.
Future uncertain for The Rock
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