Spring Hills Assisted Living Community in Cherry Hill celebrated Halloween with a family-friendly festival Wednesday. Staffers and residents and their families dressed as the “old classic monsters.” There was a pumpkin decorating contest, food and snacks, s’mores, face painting, and live music.

Spring Hills business manager Katie Leidy (right) offered up s’mores to Ken and Sandy Ferguson. Ken is wearing a costume. He did not ride his bike there. They have been married 37 years and Sandy is a resident.
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Spring Hills business manager Katie Leidy (right) offered up s’mores to Ken and Sandy Ferguson. Ken is wearing a costume. He did not ride his bike there. They have been married 37 years and Sandy is a resident.
Tony Perrella and Claire Braverman, both 88, and both residents met at the community, fell in love, and are “now a couple,” Perrella said.
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Tony Perrella and Claire Braverman, both 88, and both residents met at the community, fell in love, and are “now a couple,” Perrella said.
Resident “Bum Bee” Carmelita Aseron, 80, celebrates.
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Resident “Bum Bee” Carmelita Aseron, 80, celebrates.
Aleathia Owens, holding one year-old son Blake, reacts after sticking her hand into some creepy and gooey “Wonder Boxes” tying to guess what she touched (intestines that are really spaghetti, grapes for eyeballs and Jell-o that feels like brains) grapes but think its eyes).
TOM GRALISH / Staff Photographer
Aleathia Owens, holding one year-old son Blake, reacts after sticking her hand into some creepy and gooey “Wonder Boxes” tying to guess what she touched (intestines that are really spaghetti, grapes for eyeballs and Jell-o that feels like brains) grapes but think its eyes).