Saturday Night Jamboree hosts carnival

Published 2:50 pm Friday, November 11, 2016

The Saturday Night Jamboree celebrated Halloween recently at the Red Men’s Lodge in Washington with its annual Halloween Carnival. Register Carolyn Jefferson, Kathy Scrape and Neta Mercer distributed game tickets and “treat bags” to 113 clients. Marlene Sprouse started the fun and led the activities.

The nine booth sponsors and workers were as follows:

  • Sponsored by Love Missionary Baptist Church workers included Pat Turner, Brenda Congelton Preacher Doug and wife Dot Bachelor, Ann Sheppard and all church members.
  • The Braddy family: workers included Tillie Braddy, Kaitlyn Cutler and Michael and Cecilia Cutler
  • Beaufort County Mental Health Association: workers included Donna Parker, Joe and Amelia Riffle, Seth, Penny, and Kathy Leggett and Ann Bunch.
  • Beaufort County Grange: worker were Velvet Avery, Tine Woolard and Kathy Lilley
  • Katrina Chrismon: workers included Katrina, Chris, Jeanette, Mary Jo and Amelia Chrismon.
  • Bubbles the Clown: workers included Joyce Carawan, Martha and Jerry Seighman.
  • DAVA: workers included Juanita White, Charles Lins, Sandra Lins, Jennifer, Tony, Rose Avila and William (Bill) McGowan and Grace Cox.
  • Beaufort County 4H: workers included Velvet Avery, Tine Woolard and Kathy Lilley.
  • Beaufort County Veterans Group: workers included Judy Singleton, Grace Cox, Walter and Anita Buck, Don and Melba Sayers, Mike, Douglas and Cassandra Steppe.

Other caring volunteers helping out were Elwood and Marlene Sprouse, Michael and Cecilia Cutler, Tine Woolard, Ken Wood, Katlin Cutler and Kenny Beacham.

The DJ was Kenny Beacham.

Refreshments and a bag snack was supplied by Zion Episcopal Church after the blessing was said by Judy Hollis. Servers from the church were Jan Hindsley, Cecelia, Tillie, Mike and Kaitlyn Cutler

Best Costume Prize winners were Lane Woodard as the witch and the police officer.

The next Jamboree will be held Saturday, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Red Men’s Lodge in Washington.