Beggar’s Night fun in Washington C.H.


Onesti Evans dressed as Harley Quinn for Boonanza Thursday evening and filled in for Jim Van Dyke’s Automotive Center Llc. booth.


The Record-Herald staff passed out candy and met with many guests during Boonanza Thursday evening at the Fayette County YMCA. Pictured is Julie Howe, holding her grandson Braeden Feasel, Colleen McCord and Kimberly Penwell.


Mathew Fryer, dressed as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turle Leonardo, is pictured with his grandma Kimberly Penwell during Boonanza Thursday evening.


The Washington Court House Fire Department used Tower 138 and Engine 135 as “beacons in the night sky” Thursday during the annual Beggar’s Night.


Children and parents were treated by the firefighters.


Children were given candy and Jr. fire department stickers as parents had the opportunity to take a few pictures and explore the fire department.


Onesti Evans dressed as Harley Quinn for Boonanza Thursday evening and filled in for Jim Van Dyke’s Automotive Center Llc. booth.

The Record-Herald staff passed out candy and met with many guests during Boonanza Thursday evening at the Fayette County YMCA. Pictured is Julie Howe, holding her grandson Braeden Feasel, Colleen McCord and Kimberly Penwell.

Mathew Fryer, dressed as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turle Leonardo, is pictured with his grandma Kimberly Penwell during Boonanza Thursday evening.

The Washington Court House Fire Department used Tower 138 and Engine 135 as “beacons in the night sky” Thursday during the annual Beggar’s Night.

Children and parents were treated by the firefighters.

Children were given candy and Jr. fire department stickers as parents had the opportunity to take a few pictures and explore the fire department.

Onesti Evans dressed as Harley Quinn for Boonanza Thursday evening and filled in for Jim Van Dyke’s Automotive Center Llc. booth.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/10/web1_038.jpgOnesti Evans dressed as Harley Quinn for Boonanza Thursday evening and filled in for Jim Van Dyke’s Automotive Center Llc. booth.

The Record-Herald staff passed out candy and met with many guests during Boonanza Thursday evening at the Fayette County YMCA. Pictured is Julie Howe, holding her grandson Braeden Feasel, Colleen McCord and Kimberly Penwell.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/10/web1_20161027_165037.jpgThe Record-Herald staff passed out candy and met with many guests during Boonanza Thursday evening at the Fayette County YMCA. Pictured is Julie Howe, holding her grandson Braeden Feasel, Colleen McCord and Kimberly Penwell.

Mathew Fryer, dressed as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turle Leonardo, is pictured with his grandma Kimberly Penwell during Boonanza Thursday evening.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/10/web1_IMG_20161027_1950541.jpgMathew Fryer, dressed as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turle Leonardo, is pictured with his grandma Kimberly Penwell during Boonanza Thursday evening.

The Washington Court House Fire Department used Tower 138 and Engine 135 as “beacons in the night sky” Thursday during the annual Beggar’s Night.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/10/web1_FireHouseHalloween1.jpgThe Washington Court House Fire Department used Tower 138 and Engine 135 as “beacons in the night sky” Thursday during the annual Beggar’s Night.

Children and parents were treated by the firefighters.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/10/web1_FireHouseHalloween2.jpgChildren and parents were treated by the firefighters.

Children were given candy and Jr. fire department stickers as parents had the opportunity to take a few pictures and explore the fire department.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/10/web1_FireHouseHalloween3.jpgChildren were given candy and Jr. fire department stickers as parents had the opportunity to take a few pictures and explore the fire department.