Bordentown Halloween Parade and Ghost Walk-NJ Editorial Photographer

Still catching up with this blog. Last summer I suffered a major injury, I broke my right ankle in 3 places. It happened on July 29th, I had surgery on August 8th, they fixed me up with a plate and 8 screws. I really did it!

I was finally allowed to put full weight on it on October 9th, after 2 casts and another month without a cast but no weight on it. Lots of physical therapy and here it is, April 7th and I’m going great! Walking, shooting, everything, except running. Certain things need to wait until after a year from my surgery. I was told it could take up to a year to fully heal.

So here are my first assignments for our local paper, The Register News. Because of Hurricane Sandy, it was held on Nov. 4, 2012. Many people in our town were just getting electricity back and it was great getting out to do something normal again 😉

We had our annual Halloween parade and Walking Ghost tour. Yes, like most Pre-Revolutionary towns, we have our share of haunted homes and places.

L-R: Deputy Mayor Heather Cheeseman, Mayor James E. Lynch Jr., and Commissioner Zigmont Targonski of Bordentown City, NJ walk in the Halloween Parade on Sunday Nov. 4, 2012
This year’s Fire Marshall’s, Charles and Dr. Shirley Fisher. Dr. Shirley Fisher is the director of the CE/R Swimming program (which she first started in 1961).

 

Bordentown Regional High School Color Guard.

 

The Reilly Raiders Senior Drum and Bugle Corps of the VFW Post #3612 from Willow Grove, PA.

 

 

A woman from the NJ Renaissance Fair runs by and showers the children with candy.

 

Watching out for more floats, bands and candy!

 

Al Barker a Bordentown City local artist, rides his bike while handing out candy to the children.

 

 

The local Girl Scout troop has a large chicken!

 

The Hulk made an appearance!

 

 

Mary Barnes, owner of The HOB Tavern in Bordentown City, and one of the Directors of the Downtown Bordentown Association, reads a ghost story in front of Personables on Farnsworth Ave.

 

Doug Palmieri, President of the Downtown Bordentown Association shows Beth Neylan originally from Bordentown, but now resides in Roebling, the Ghost Walk route. Doug Palmieri owns the Old Book Shop Of Bordentown located on Farnsworth Ave.

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