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Dancing and Costumes and Games, Oh My!

The Mid-Del Halloween Dance in Dover was the first indoor event held after two years of Covid restrictions. Over 200 excited participants showed up ready to celebrate with their friends and get back on the dance floor.

DJ Lori T spun the music favored by the crowd, and called all those born in October to the front for a Happy Birthday song and group picture.  The Halloween Costume Soul Train line, led by “Prince” and followed by many superheroes,  witches, Eagles and Phillies fans, was another of the evening’s highlight

For those attendees who wanted a break from dancing, Mid-Del volunteers introduced a game/activity area, where people could enjoy playing Jenga, Connect Four and several other donated board games. Raffles held throughout the evening were another popular activity.

The Halloween décor was supplemented with pumpkins graciously donated by Produce Junction. Mid-Del volunteers also provided plenty of snacks, including hot dogs, beverages and home-made cookies, along with over 200 bags of Halloween candy treats.

A big thanks to Wyoming UM church for the venue and to all the volunteers and donors who helped make this night memorable!