Halloween stress reliever

Some days, you just need to close the doors and carve pumpkins. The staff of The Trinity Journal took a much-needed break last week to hold a pumpkin-carving contest in the production room. Customer Service Rep. Vanessa Loomis, background, won top honors, Office Manager Clarissa Schultz took second, and Editor and Publisher Wayne Agner, foreground, earned third-place honors with his detailed carving of a Halloween scene, complete with bats and a cat in a witch hat. However, by the following week, the contest appeared to be whose pumpkin could grow the most mold. Nonetheless, a fun time was had by all.

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