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St. Bernadette Students Bring Halloween Cheer to Extendicare Residence

Pictured is St. Bernadette student Kyle Brouillette (Gr. 6) dressed as a garbage can which coordinated very well with an Extendicare resident donning his Oscar the Grouch top.

November 1, 2013 - On Thursday October 31st the residents at Falconbridge Extendicare got a visit from the students of St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary School from SK, Gr. 2 and Gr. 5/6 students.
The students decorated goodie bags, played candy toss and even dressed residents up in toilet paper to make them look like mummies.
After all the games, students got to go trick or treating and show off their halloween costumes.
It was great to see the residents' faces light up when they saw all the little princesses and superheroes. 



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