A slow-moving ax "killer" relaxes after work

A hungary Dracula waits for lunch

The long-term care residents, family and community members came out for Minnie Hamilton Health Care's Halloween celebration Saturday evening. Participants were asked to place their hands in dark holes to discover some excitement, in addition to the sights and sounds of a scary Halloween night, including ghosts, ax killers and a thirsty Dracula. The residents and guests were then treated to some "treats" in the cafeteria.

Roy Pursley, Jake Kerby and Rose Pursley (L to R) enjoy the party

A happy witch greets visitors

Long-term care residents hand out treats to visitors

MHHCC provides snacks for visitors

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