PUMPKIN PATCH 2010 Thank You Seaton Village!

 The Seaton Village Resident’s Association would like to extend a THANK YOU to everyone who brought pumpkins, lighters, a wheelbarrow, a camera, and themselves, their kids, their dogs and some adept pouring skills and fantastic energy to make this year’s Pumpkin Patch such a great success.

 Almost 500 pumpkins were assembled in the park!

 A big shout out goes to Madeleines, Cherry Pie and Ice Cream for donating their tasty pumpkin cookies and treats, and to Torie Gervais of Gervais Party and Tent Rentals for the titanic thermos containers so all could enjoy delicious hot beverages while mingling on a chilly night.

 We would like to extend our thanks to Graeme Lovatt and the youth from St. Alban’s who braved the cold and were super-helpful with set up and tear down and piling the pumkins at the end of the night.

 A HUGE thank you goes to Alexis Eizinas who generously donated her time and energy once again this year to help coordinate the entire event and make it so amazing. From acquiring permits to making posters to pouring hot chocolate from the urns she was able to get us, Alexis is awesome and a big reason we have the Pumpkin Patch.

 As they say, it takes a village…so thanks again!

 All the best,

 Jennifer (Chair, SVRA) and Roxane (Chair, Social Committee SVRA)

Check out the site for pics in the Seaton Village Photos section!!!  Thanks to Linda Read, Chris Scott-Dixon, Mark Fram and James Howes for all the great images 🙂

www.madeleines.ca

www.gervaisrentals.com

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