COVID-19 did not stop Mathews residents from partaking in Halloween fun this year.
One of the biggest events was the inaugural Thomas Hunter Middle School Motor Show and Halloween Bash, which was held in the school’s parking lot.
The event was complete with live music performed by William Earl Sadler on keyboard, food available from Jeeps and Butts BBQ and plenty of candy for trick-or-treaters.
The school had 39 entries in the motor show. Winners of the show included:—Robert Brown’s 1970 Mustang, Best in Show;—Carol Ann and Chip Goin’s 1967 Mustang, Student’s Choice;—Andy Curtis’s 1970 Superbird, Teacher’s Choice;—Phil and Bridget Perrine’s 1949 Ford Coupe, Pre 900-49;—James Hudgins’s 1969 Camaro, 1950s and ’60s;—Andy Curtis’s 1970 Superbird, 1970s and ’80s;—Ray Crowder’s 2020 Dodge Hellcat, 1990s and 2000s;—Greg Grifana’s 2000 Harley-Davidson Bagger, Motorcycles;—Lewis Walton’s “Food Lion Dumpster,” Rat Rods, and—Robert Owens’s 1978 Ford F-150 Ranger, 4x4s.
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