Can you guess who this is? Thankfully it was all fun and makeup and community member and Wolf Creek Golf Course Executive Assistant Nancy Hewett won’t be needing any new prosthetics in the near future. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
During the annual Halloween event, Shreek-reeka, held at the Eureka Casino Resort on Oct. 29, were several hundred families, gathered to have some spooky fun with many of the local businesses, charities and special interest groups, including the Mesquite Chapter of Girls Scouts, Troop 27. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Local Rotarian Linda Gault was hardly recognizable in the Haunted House at the annual Shreek-reeka on Oct. 29. Dressed as Elvira, she prepared several for what they might encounter as they made their way through the maze created by the staff at the Eureka Casino Resort. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Don’t be this patient… that doctor looks quite suspicious. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
The Halloween fun in Mesquite continued last Saturday, Oct. 31 at the old Oasis parking garage on West Mesquite Boulevard. Yours Truly, the Mesquite Local News, managed to take the second place award for most scariest during the annual Trunk or Treat Event sponsored by the Mesquite Police Department and many local businesses. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Councilwoman Cindi Delaney shed some light on how she may be feeling lately with all the hubbub happening around the city… Off With Their Heads! Here she stands at the annual Trunk of Treat event as the Queen of Hearts alongside her King, Ronnie Delaney, and their granddaughters, Destiny and Nikole Delaney. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
The award for most scariest setup at the annual Trunk or Treat event went to Fusion Salon, who set up a small graveyard with some smoke to make it super creepy. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Assemblyman Chris Edwards even made some time last weekend to hand out candy to nearly 4200 attendees of the annual Trunk or Treat Event. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
In their first year as a participant at the annual Trunk or Treat, the Women’s Defensive Weaponry Club, including Guns and Guitars co-owner Janis Sullivan, passed out candy to the many people who came to the event this year. Joining Sullivan, who is far left, are Club co-founders Peggy Pope and Becky Hoff as well as Cinda Cornwell, one of the members. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
The award for Most Festive display went to The Lindi Corp who had a set up that included a werewolf in the back of the van and dancers behind the screen, dancing to the theme for the 2015 Trunk or Treat, Monster Mash. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Available personnel were able to control the crowds better this year by using restrictive lines throughout the entrance of the parking garage as well as the parking lot, which accommodated the estimated 4200 attendees and their cars, too. Mercy Air had also made a landing prior to the event, to drop off some of their personnel who wanted to participate. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
This was just the beginning crowd shortly after the line started moving into the first level of the old Oasis Parking Garage on West Mesquite Boulevard. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Other fun around Mesquite on Halloween began after dark as Stateline Casino & Hotel hosted their famous Halloween Party with a live band, Identity Crisis, playing for over five hours. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Well-known daughter and mother duo, Noel Smith, left, and Merri Erickson, right, were in attendance at the Stateline’s annual Halloween Party on Oct. 31. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.
Just after 11 p.m. winners were announced for Stateline’s popular costume contest. From left to right in third place for $50 was Shirley Joslin; second place for $100 was the duo of Mike Anthis and Cody Morrison; and first place was awarded to Matt Curtis. Curtis took home the top prize of $300 for his efforts, which included shaving his head and face so that he could paint it as part of the costume. Photo by Stephanie Frehner.