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South Williamsport, PA
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Marking Mummies Contest Continues…

Marking Mummies Contest Continues…

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 mummies. All you need to do is count them…easy peasy. Now, take care polar bear —

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 mummies. All you need to do is count them…easy peasy.

Now, take care polar bear — 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 mummies last week. Got your grand total? Cool, now send it to me!

You can email the answer to contest@webbweekly.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. 25th 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. 30th edition. Winners will be contacted by phone or email and prizes can be picked up in our office Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Every year we donate $1.00 for each entry to the SPCA, LAPS or Beckoning Cat. Since we did Beckoning Cat last year, it means that it is LAPS’ turn this year.

So look carefully and count them up! I get a little sneaky when I place them, so make sure you check every page closely! The mummies are a bit more difficult to see, so you gotta look close – know that I mean jelly bean?

Before you @ me with talk of how you don’t have last week’s issue, and you forgot to count or forget your total, have no fear, technology is here! 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! Or you are welcome to pop in the office for an extra copy.
Extra Halloween Fun!

Are you all ready for Halloween? Costume picked and pumpkins carved? If you are still looking to have some pre-Halloween fun, check out this awesome craft idea!
Halloween Spooky Cans

Spooky Bat

• 1 soup can
• 1 paint brush
• 1 bottle black acrylic paint
• 1 white fabric marker
• 1 black foam sheet
• scissors
• 1 white foam sheet
• 1-2 hot glue sticks
• 1 hot glue gun
• 2 googly eyes

Remove label from soup can.

Using paintbrush, paint soup can with black paint. Let dry. Apply more coats, if needed, drying between each coat.

Using white fabric marker, draw bat wings and bat ears on black foam sheet. Using scissors, cut out bat wings and bat ears. Set aside.

Using scissors, cut two small triangles from white foam sheet for bat fangs.

Load hot glue stick into gun and allow to heat up. Apply glue on large edge of bat wing and press onto soup can. Repeat with second wing. Apply hot glue to bottoms of bat ears and apply to front inside of soup can. Apply hot glue to bottoms of bat fangs, turn upside down with points toward bottom and press onto soup can. Apply hot glue to backs of googly eyes and press onto soup can.

Frankenstein’s Monster

• 1 soup can
• 2 paint brushes
• 1 bottle green acrylic paint
• pinking shears
• 1 black felt sheet
• 1 white foam sheet
• 1 bottle white acrylic paint
• 2 cork screws
• 1-2 hot glue gun sticks
• 1 hot glue gun
• 2 googly eyes

Remove label from soup can.

Using one paintbrush, paint soup can with green paint. Let dry. Apply more coats, if needed, drying between each coat.

Using pinking shears, cut one circle from black felt sheet 1/4-inch larger than soup can.

Cut two small rectangles, one slightly shorter than other, from white foam sheet for teeth.

Using other paintbrush and white paint, paint cork screws. Allow to dry.

Load hot glue stick into gun and allow to heat up. Apply glue to teeth and place on soup can.

Cut thin sliver of black felt for lip line. Glue above teeth.

Glue googly eyes onto can above mouth.

Put line of glue along top of soup can. Place felt circle on top of glue area. Place glue bead along upper side of can to bend over felt to create hairline.

Glue corkscrews to either side of bottom of can.

Mummy

• 1 soup can
• 1 paintbrush
• 1 bottle white acrylic paint
• 1 hot glue gun stick
• 1 hot glue gun
• gauze dressing (enough to wrap around can)
• 2 googly eyes

Remove label from soup can.

Using paintbrush, paint soup can with white paint. Let dry. Apply more coats, if needed, drying between each coat.

Load hot glue stick into gun and allow to heat up. Apply glue to top of can and place start of gauze dressing. Wrap gauze dressing around can, applying glue and more gauze as needed. Glue end of gauze to soup can. Allow for space in eye area to apply eyes.

Glue googly eyes to space left within gauze.

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