Thanks for Halloween parade cooperation

The Cloverdale BIA and Cloverdale Chamber would like to thank everyone involved in this year’s Halloween Costume Parade.

Debra Alfonso lifts her son Liam Verbeke

To the editor;

The Cloverdale BIA and Cloverdale Chamber would like to thank all of the merchants, volunteers and sponsors of this year’s Halloween Costume Parade.

The traditional group shot has over 800 children present in the Museum plaza. A special thanks must go to the RCMP for going above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that the participants were safe as they travelled through some very busy traffic points.

Another special thanks must go to the Surrey Museum for hosting their annual Pumpkin Power event in conjunction with the Costume parade and for allowing the children to gather in the museum plaza.

Special thanks goes to Tricia’s Gems, Michaud’s Salon, Spa and Wellness Centre, Fraser Downs Racetrack & Casino, the Cloverdale Lions, CIBC, the BC Vintage Truck Museum, Maurizio Camparmo (the Pumpkin Dude & his 800lb pumpkin), PriceSmart and IGA Marketplace – Cloverdale for their donation of prizes and additional activity.



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