Creative costumes at annual Fall Fest
Andrea Vasquez-- October 30, 2012
HOUSTON – The San Jacinto College South Campus held its annual Fall Fest event on Oct. 26. The family event featured activity favorites like the free petting zoo, pony rides, and pumpkin painting. Other activities included a treasure hunt, “frog fling,” “ghost boo-ling,” and moonwalks.
Winners of the costume contest pose for a photo with Cody Coyote (pictured left to right): Baby Tigger, Treigh, 3 months old with mom, Kim Cortez; ninja, CJ Jones, 10 years old; Miss Mad Hatter, Camryn Bergenn, 8 years old; festive witch, Gianna Gonzalez, 4 years old; and zombie, Gebron Alvarez. Photo credit: Andrea Vasquez, San Jacinto College marketing department.
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