Despite the spooky moment it was all for fun at Trish Schmidt’s home during Halloween. Here dad Alex Park makes sure his son Ian has a good time. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTOS: Ponoka News readers send in Halloween photos

Halloween was a fun experience in Ponoka

 

Despite the spooky moment it was all for fun at Trish Schmidt’s home during Halloween. Here dad Alex Park makes sure his son Ian has a good time. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ahmo Pi-asis Iskwo had a fun Halloween display.

Trish Schmidt plays a scary clown extremely well on Halloween. He home was set up with all sorts of Halloween decorations with spooks and scares and all variety of creepy items. It was a popular stop. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

The Ponoka Air Cadets sent us this fun set up.

Kids with Amanda Morrow were decked out and ready for trick or treating.

Beckie Penman sent us this photo of a trick or treater ready to take on the zombie apocolypse.

Beckie Penman also sent us this image of a young super hero firefighter.

These two kids were ready to roll. Sent in from Brittaney Clements.

The Force is strong with this one, as sent from Brittaney Moore.

Carol Lynn Johnson sent us this fun photo at No Frills.

What a cute little witch, as sent from Cheryl Lynn Teeuwsen.

Cheryl Lynn Teeuwsen also sent us this images of three different heros.

Cindy Johansen Ward sent us this cute little furry pup ready for Halloween.

And they’re ready to trick or treat. Sent in from Curstin Bobbi Lynne Laing.

Danielle Renee and her kiddos were all decked out for Halloween.

How about this cool make up look? Sent in by Fabienne Roos Lloyd.

Now those are cool costumes, as sent in by Jenna Pritchard Little.

These super heroes were ready for action, as sent in from Jennifer Hansen.

A definitely cool Halloween costume. Sent in by Jessica Perry.

Jody Brayford sent in this image of a Fatman, a werewolf and Spiderman.

How about this cool selfie by Jordan Jalbert.

This is one cute pooch, as sent in from Karen Smith.

Kristin Hihn sent in this cute picture of her Snow White costume.

A cute little Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle as sent in by Lacey Allison.

The cutest Supergirl ever, as sent in by Leciram Sihagam.

Thanks to Meagan Beagley for sending in this photo of her Halloween setup.

Meghan Wagner looks perfect to set up her own adventure.

This little kiddo was all set up and ready to go. Thanks to Nieske Schuur for sending this in.

Where is Waldo?!?! Better ask the staff at Ponoka Elementary School.

The staff at the Ponoka Rising Sun Clubhouse were pirates ready as pirates.

Ponoka Secondary Campus staff were dressed up as Doritos to help the students out.

Raeanne Wood’s home was also decked out for Halloween.

Raeleen Dawn Majoros sent in this photo of a serious ghoul.

Sometimes you have to be ready for the apocolypse, as seen in this photo sent by Sandra Longstreet Badari.

The Riddler was ready for Halloween. Thanks to Shantel MacArthur for sending this in.

Staff at Sommer Home Hardware and Building Supplies had a lot of fun with the Halloween experience. Staff at Sommer Home Hardware and Building Supplies had a lot of fun with the Halloween experience.

Sylvia Nordstrom sent in this photo of her pooch ready to trick or treat.

A great little moment from the home of one of Ponoka’s stunt pilots. Thanks to Wendy Watson for sending this in.

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