Packed house at PCF Halloween Bash

Nov 1, 2011 | PC Community


When it comes to celebrating Halloween night in Pearl City, the traditional practice of going door to door for treats has fizzled a bit along with the crowds that used to fill our neighborhood streets.

After attending Monday night's Pearl City Foundation Annual Halloween Bash at the Momilani Community Center (MCC), it was obvious where all the Trick-or-Treater's have gone. Hundreds packed the MCC pavilion and grounds for a safe night of Trick-or-Treat fun.

Pearl City residents and their families were treated to Trick-or-Treat candy booths, game booths and chance to enter the PCF annual costume contest. They also had an opportunity to dine at the Halloween Bash food booth, manned by community volunteers, that offered delicious chicken and chili plates, hot dogs and dessert.

The Pearl City Foundation along with the Pearl City Community Association,  community sponsors and volunteers from other community groups all came together, once again, for a terrific night of fun and community bonding amongst neighbors.

Mahalo to the student volunteers and their supporters from Pearl City High School who helped with the candy and game booths as well as set up and breakdown chores.

                                                      Photos by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Student volunteers from Pearl City High School pictured working one the  Halloween Bash Trick-or-Treat candy booths on Monday.

                                                      Photos by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Halloween Bash costume contest first place winners!

                                                      Photos by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Popeye was a popular costume contest top finisher on Monday at the PCF Halloween Bash.

                                                     Photos by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

First place winners pictured in the costume contest Ohana category.

                                                      Photos by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Community volunteers pictured serving up plates lunches on Monday at the PCF Halloween Bash.

Pearl City Foundation Programs Director, Naomi Tully-Ungacta (Center) pictured with her staff on Monday. Great job!

                                                     Photos by Barry Villamil | [email protected]


Pearl City Foundation Executive Director, Breene Harimoto addresses the crowd on Monday before the start of the Halloween Bash costume contest.