Ghouls, goblins and goodies galore were the order of the day at JHS 8 in Jamaica last Thursday as state Sen. Malcolm Smith (D-Hollis) hosted a Halloween party for hundreds of young revelers. Key Food donated 600 small pumpkins for students to decorate for the occasion and keep. Dancing and face painting were featured, and all students received a bag of candy. WellCare, a medical insurance provider, served as a sponsor of the event.
Sen. Malcolm Smith leads a line dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
Don’t go into the pumpkin patch alone on Halloween.
Phys-ed teacher David Goldstein channels his inner American Basketball Association star.
Zahid Yakub shows off his handiwork at the four-hour event.
Students decorate miniature pumpkins with artistic flair.