Halloween at Andersons

Posted by on Nov 2, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Halloween at Andersons

On Halloween morning, 50 Primary One children from East End School were entertained at Anderson’s. The well- behaved children arrived in a wide variety of costumes which amused the residents very much. It was great to welcome back Tommy Horne and his amazing birds of prey. The children were fascinated to get close to the huge arctic eagle owls (world’s largest) as well as the cute little tawny owl.  All birds seemed quite happy to sit on their perch watching everything that was going on. One little boy, whose great granny resides in Anderson’s, was photographed with the tawny owl sitting on his arm.  Once again, Joan Cowe, one of our receptionists, had “worked her magic” in decorating the hall for Halloween  – Joan’s remarkable talent attracts so many complimentary remarks from visitors to Anderson’s but just wait till the Christmas decorations go up!  Some children entertained the residents with a song and a few jokes as well as a poem.  The children enjoyed a drink and some nibbles and then it was time to go back to school.  What a lovely time was had by all and we look forward to the school coming back to sing some carols for us before Christmas.  Grateful thanks to the East End School, Elgin, for sharing Halloween with us.

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