Letter: Townie Association Halloween Bash a Success

This letter and photos were submitted by the Townie Association.


The Townie Association hosted their first annual Halloween Bash fundraiser at the Somerville City Club on Friday, Oct. 19. Arriving in costumes, guests enjoyed a spooktacular evening. There were scrumptious treats, scary tricks, and magical decorations. Putting a spell on everyone, DJ Dennis Taylor generously provided the music. Costume contest winners were as follows:

  • Best costume: Jenn Scadding
  • Scariest costume: Paul Hickey
  • Sexiest costume: Leeanne Lakeman
  • Most Original costume: Jason MacDonald
  • Funniest costume: Dylan Zimmerle

It was amazing to see so much kindness and from the community—both the residents and business. We are grateful to be part of such a supportive neighborhood. The Halloween Bash was truly a success. Proceeds from the event benefitted the Bunker Hill Day Parade.

Special thanks to the many Charlestown businesses that generously donated raffle items, gift baskets, and gift certificates or supported the Halloween Bash:

  • McCarthy Brothers Liquors
  • Ambiance Salon & Spa
  • Bunker Hill Florist
  • Irish Eyes Pushcart
  • Townie Sportswear
  • Joy of Old
  • Sullivan’s Pub
  • Jenny’s Pizza
  • Toni Ann’s
  • Mini’s Style Inc. II
  • New Speedy Chen’s
  • Harvard Art & Frame
  • Unleashed by Petco
  • A1 Convenience

We would also like to thank the following for their delicious food donations:

  • Boston Salads & Prepared Foods
  • LaRonga Bakery
  • John & Adrianne Simeone
  • Michael Connelly

Special Thanks to the members of the Townie Association who organized the Halloween Bash: Kim Copithorn, Dennis Taylor, Kelly McGrath, Christina Biggins, Bridget Bohne, Meghan Collins, Samantha Marshall, Caitlin Walsh, Leeanne Lakeman, Aimee Bourgeois, Janelle Gaudette, Scott O’Riorden, Kelsey Houlihan, Eddie Sullivan, Kathryn Blaikie, and Sean Boyle.

Most of all, we would like to thank the residents of Charlestown who supported and attended the Halloween Bash. We hope to see you next year! 


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