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Senior Center Ice “Scream” Social

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Rhonda Cummings steps up the scare factor with her vampire costume at the ice “scream” social Friday, Oct. 29, at the Senior Center of Boulder City. She won “Most Scariest” in the costume contest.

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Guests enjoy lunch and ice cream at the Senior Center of Boulder City for an ice “scream” social to celebrate Halloween.

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New resident Virginia French, right, shows off her costume with a hat made of fruit at the ice “scream” social Friday, Oct. 29, at the Senior Center of Boulder City. Her costume was deemed “Most Creative” in the costume contest.

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Bonnie Pfersching dressed as a witch for the ice “scream” social Friday, Oct. 29, 2021, at the Senior Center of Boulder City. She brought her husband, William, with her. She said she put a spell on him and turned into a cat’s skeleton.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear

Boulder City Review

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