‘Boo Bash’ held at extension depot


Photos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise Dressed as a green power ranger, Isaiah Taylor, left, 4 of Evarts, strikes a pose as he waits to attend the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the Harlan County Extension Depot. Also seen are Nathan Gibbons, 4 of Harlan, and Lilly Gregory, 7 of Wallins.


Registering everyone who attended the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash,” Sherry Thomas, left, dressed as a minion and Annette Daniels was a pirate.


A scary skeleton, Ethan Lewis, 7 of Evarts, had a bag full of treats from the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the depot.


Harlan County Sheriff’s Deputy Will Pope volunteered to hand out goodies at the annual Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash.” Receiving a treat and dressed as a “zombie hunter” was Jacob Sage, 7 of Baxter.


Making it a family affair, siblings Hayden Holbrook, 3, Brayden Holbrook, 7, and Hailee Holbrook, 4, all of Coxton trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.” Hundreds attended the event where they received healthy snacks and treats.


Volunteering her service to give out treats to the children was 90-year-old Sybil Forrester, of Baxter, who dressed as a pumpkin for the event. She said she loves children and loves volunteering in the community.


Giving a wave during the annual “Boo Bash” was Thomas the Train engineer Landon Arvin, 3, and his sister, Kaleigh, 6, dressed as a nurse. Both live in the Catrons Creek area of the county.


Dressed as a birthday cake, Reagan Clem, 5 of Teetersville, trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.”


Photos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise

Dressed as a green power ranger, Isaiah Taylor, left, 4 of Evarts, strikes a pose as he waits to attend the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the Harlan County Extension Depot. Also seen are Nathan Gibbons, 4 of Harlan, and Lilly Gregory, 7 of Wallins.

Registering everyone who attended the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash,” Sherry Thomas, left, dressed as a minion and Annette Daniels was a pirate.

A scary skeleton, Ethan Lewis, 7 of Evarts, had a bag full of treats from the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the depot.

Harlan County Sheriff’s Deputy Will Pope volunteered to hand out goodies at the annual Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash.” Receiving a treat and dressed as a “zombie hunter” was Jacob Sage, 7 of Baxter.

Making it a family affair, siblings Hayden Holbrook, 3, Brayden Holbrook, 7, and Hailee Holbrook, 4, all of Coxton trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.” Hundreds attended the event where they received healthy snacks and treats.

Volunteering her service to give out treats to the children was 90-year-old Sybil Forrester, of Baxter, who dressed as a pumpkin for the event. She said she loves children and loves volunteering in the community.

Giving a wave during the annual “Boo Bash” was Thomas the Train engineer Landon Arvin, 3, and his sister, Kaleigh, 6, dressed as a nurse. Both live in the Catrons Creek area of the county.

Dressed as a birthday cake, Reagan Clem, 5 of Teetersville, trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.”

Photos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise Dressed as a green power ranger, Isaiah Taylor, left, 4 of Evarts, strikes a pose as he waits to attend the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the Harlan County Extension Depot. Also seen are Nathan Gibbons, 4 of Harlan, and Lilly Gregory, 7 of Wallins.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo1.jpgPhotos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise Dressed as a green power ranger, Isaiah Taylor, left, 4 of Evarts, strikes a pose as he waits to attend the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the Harlan County Extension Depot. Also seen are Nathan Gibbons, 4 of Harlan, and Lilly Gregory, 7 of Wallins.

Registering everyone who attended the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash,” Sherry Thomas, left, dressed as a minion and Annette Daniels was a pirate.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo2.jpgRegistering everyone who attended the Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash,” Sherry Thomas, left, dressed as a minion and Annette Daniels was a pirate.

A scary skeleton, Ethan Lewis, 7 of Evarts, had a bag full of treats from the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the depot.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo3.jpgA scary skeleton, Ethan Lewis, 7 of Evarts, had a bag full of treats from the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash” held recently at the depot.

Harlan County Sheriff’s Deputy Will Pope volunteered to hand out goodies at the annual Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash.” Receiving a treat and dressed as a “zombie hunter” was Jacob Sage, 7 of Baxter.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo4.jpgHarlan County Sheriff’s Deputy Will Pope volunteered to hand out goodies at the annual Harlan County Extension Service’s “Boo Bash.” Receiving a treat and dressed as a “zombie hunter” was Jacob Sage, 7 of Baxter.

Making it a family affair, siblings Hayden Holbrook, 3, Brayden Holbrook, 7, and Hailee Holbrook, 4, all of Coxton trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.” Hundreds attended the event where they received healthy snacks and treats.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo5.jpgMaking it a family affair, siblings Hayden Holbrook, 3, Brayden Holbrook, 7, and Hailee Holbrook, 4, all of Coxton trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.” Hundreds attended the event where they received healthy snacks and treats.

Volunteering her service to give out treats to the children was 90-year-old Sybil Forrester, of Baxter, who dressed as a pumpkin for the event. She said she loves children and loves volunteering in the community.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo6.jpgVolunteering her service to give out treats to the children was 90-year-old Sybil Forrester, of Baxter, who dressed as a pumpkin for the event. She said she loves children and loves volunteering in the community.

Giving a wave during the annual “Boo Bash” was Thomas the Train engineer Landon Arvin, 3, and his sister, Kaleigh, 6, dressed as a nurse. Both live in the Catrons Creek area of the county.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo7.jpgGiving a wave during the annual “Boo Bash” was Thomas the Train engineer Landon Arvin, 3, and his sister, Kaleigh, 6, dressed as a nurse. Both live in the Catrons Creek area of the county.

Dressed as a birthday cake, Reagan Clem, 5 of Teetersville, trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.”
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Boo8.jpgDressed as a birthday cake, Reagan Clem, 5 of Teetersville, trick or treated at the Harlan County Extension Service’s annual “Halloween Boo Bash.”
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