FFA’s Pumpkin Carving Contest Brings Halloween Fun


Halloween is now over, but it’s time to look at the exciting things that happened last week. Morro Bay High School had some Halloween themed events on Halloween week like the pumpkin carving contest on October 30th, which was hosted by the FFA. Students from all over the school participated.

The pumpkin carving contest event was one of the most popular of the events. People signed up and picked a category. The categories were most traditional, most creative, and most FFA related. Freshman Reese Demarest stated that the contest “was a great activity to do with friends and…really got [her] into the Halloween spirit.”

Halloween is over but there are still a lot of holidays left in the year. Christmas and Thanksgiving are just some of the upcoming things to be excited for. ASB is always planning too improve our school with fun activities. Keep a lookout for upcoming events by listening to the morning announcements.

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