Sinjin O’Gorman dressed as a dragon and Alicia Khalil as a unicorn from the Terrace Skating Club attended the Halloween Can Skate dress-up day on Oct. 29. (Contributed Photo)

Sinjin O’Gorman dressed as a dragon and Alicia Khalil as a unicorn from the Terrace Skating Club attended the Halloween Can Skate dress-up day on Oct. 29. (Contributed Photo)

Newsroom zombies seek best Halloween costumes

Send us pictures of this year’s celebrations!

With Hallow’s Eve upon us to serve Terrace a fright, ghouls and witches will be soon wandering the night.

For those who take on a cloak of disguise, there is a request — if you choose to comply.

The dungeon of news seeks proof of the haunt, your photos in costume is what we shall flaunt.

So send us a picture of your best-feared wear, or a visit from the spirits will cause great despair.

Email the newsroom@terracestandard.com and we’ll cast a story with a pleasant charm.

READ MORE: Events to check out in Terrace for Halloween


 


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