We are officially on the second and final week of our Annual Halloween Contest! Just in case you need another reminder on how to participate…
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.
Better shake, rattlesnake – I’ll wait while you count…
Done? Are you sure? Did you remember to count twice?
Ok, now add that number to the number you got by counting the little bloodsuckers last week. Got your grand total? Cool, now send it to me!
You can email the answer to email@example.com, 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.
I will then take everyone who answered correctly and pick 10 random winners. Winners will receive a bucket full of goodies big enough to make several local dentists very, very happy! Winners will be listed in the Oct. 28th edition.
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!
Now, I know what you are going to say, “Buuuut Steph! I forgot to count last week and now I don’t have the paper around anymore!” Ok first of all, stop throwing away my hard work so quickly. Also, if you go to webbweekly.com you can flip through last week’s issue and count them there! This is why I love technology people!
So are you ready for Halloween yet? I am going to start making my costume this week! I am going to a friends Halloween and I always hate to show up to a party empty handed. So this is what I am making to take!
• 1/2 cup smooth peanut butter
• 3 Tbs butter
• One 10-oz bag marshmallows
• Green food coloring
• 4 cups crispy rice cereal
• Cooking spray
• Red fruit leather
1. In a large saucepan over low heat, melt peanut butter, butter and marshmallows, stirring until smooth, about 5 minutes.
2. Remove from heat; stir in a few drops food coloring, then add cereal.
3. Coat a 9x9-inch pan with cooking spray, then spread mixture evenly in the pan. Let cool 20 minutes.
4. Invert pan on a cutting board and slide out the cooled square. Cut it into about 8 long rectangles.
5. Mold each rectangle into the shape of a snake and press in 2 craisins for eyes and a pointed sliver of fruit leather for the tongue.
Yield: About 8 snakes