Wor-Wic’s Child Development Center Holds First Halloween Parade
November 07, 2006

The Child Development Center at Wor-Wic Community College recently held its first Halloween parade at the college campus in Salisbury. Children and employees dressed in costumes and visited offices to trick-or-treat.

Chontiana Gaines, 3, and her mother, Chontá, an instructor of radiologic technology at Wor-Wic, dressed as Elmo and a jack-o-lantern, trick-or-treat in Wor-Wic’s Academic and Administrative Building.

Melissa Rickie of Princess Anne, a student assistant at Wor-Wic’s Child Development Center, escorted Riley Corbin, 2, of Crisfield, around the college campus during the parade.

Axel Bevensee, 4, and Mark Kolb, 3, both of Salisbury, enjoy listening to a Halloween story in the college bookstore.

After the parade, the children gathered for a class party with family members and teachers. Pictured clockwise, from bottom left, are Amani March, 3, Chontiana Gaines, 3, and Neka Marshall, 3, of Salisbury, and Haley West, 2, of Delmar, Md. In the center, is Mackenzie Townsend, 3, Salisbury.