Claremont Rotary hosts Halloween party

Claremont Rotary volunteers, from left, Nwabisa Mbisholo, Thimna Tibisono and Michelle Musendekwa getting ready to help the children with fun activities.

Hundreds of children accompanied by their parents wore scary costumes for Papa Paul’s Halloween Party, at Marsh Memorial in Rondebosch, on Sunday. The fund-raiser was held in honour of late Rotarian Paul de Groot and all proceeds are in aid of the Claremont Rotary’s future projects.

Dressing for the occasion are sisters Emily Pinch, 11, and Sophia Pinch, 8, in black, from Rosebank, flanking Holly Reed, from Claremont.
Aram Aranguren, 5, from Pinelands, dressed up like Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family.
From Left, twin sisters Charlotte and Chloe Hall, 7, from Claremont, with Madison Baumgardt, 8, from Sea Point, and Paige Reed, 7, from Claremont.
Camille Myer, 9, wearing a costume with a sign that reads, “Halloween was made-up by greedy dentists”, along with her mother, Leigh Meinert, from Mowbray.
From left Emma van Zyl, 6, twin sisters Paige and Chloe Stevens, 7, and Isabelle Uys, all from Durbanville.
James McGregor and his wife, Wendy McGregor, from Bothasig.
Wayden Abrahams, 8, and his mother, Whitney Abrahams, from Bishop Lavis, enjoying the Halloween party.