Attention boys and girls! It is time once again for Webb Weekly’s annual Halloween contest! I’m sure you know how this works, but just in case you forgot, let me refresh your memory.
Scattered throughout this issue you will find several adorable (and not so adorable) little Draculas. All you need to do is count them…easy peasy. Then do the same thing next week. Take those two numbers, add them together and then send me your total.
You can email the answer to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can drop a post card in the snail mail at Webb Weekly, 280 Kane St., Suite 2, South Williamsport, PA 17702. Entries must be submitted by Oct. 23rd and only one entry per person. Winners will be listed in the Oct. 28th edition.
I will then take everyone who answered correctly and pick 10 random winners. Winners will receive a bucket full of goodies big enough to give you several cavities!
In honor of ‘Adopt a Shelter Dog Month’, for every entry we receive we will donate $1.00 to the SPCA!
So look carefully and count them up! I get a little sneaky when I place them, so make sure you check every page closely!
So chop-chop lollipop! Get counting and good luck!!
Since we are on the subject of Halloween, have you picked your costume yet? I really love Halloween, and picking out a costume is both my favorite and least part! Finding something interesting, deciding if Erik and I are going to do something together or separate; there are so many choices out there sometimes it is really hard to decide! I’m going the DIY route this year, which makes me both excited and nervous! Erik and I are doing separate costumes and while I think he is still in the deciding process, I’ve decided to be Cotton Candy! I found this adorable idea in a BuzzFeed article and I am excited to see how it turns out. Plus, I basically get to wear a long sleeve t-shirt and leggings for the bulk of the costume, so there is the super bonus of being comfortable in my costume!
We’d love to hear about you and/or your kids’ Halloween costumes, so share it with us on Facebook, or better yet, post some pictures!
If I receive enough pictures via Facebook (fb.com/webbweekly.) and email (email@example.com) maybe you’ll see your little one on an upcoming cover! You can even attach the picture to you email entry (firstname.lastname@example.org).