Preschoolers get head start on Halloween at Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living

The Mom’s Club of Cherry Hill West, Haddonfield, Haddon Twp. and Collingswood celebrated Halloween with residents at Spring Hills on Friday morning.

The Mom’s Club of Cherry Hill West, Haddonfield, Haddon Township and Collingswood celebrated Halloween with residents at Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living on Friday.

On Friday, a varied group of characters marched into Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living’s front lobby. The group included a pirate and princess, animals and mythical creatures, heroes and villains, and a couple spooky characters.

The Mom’s Club of Cherry Hill West, Haddonfield, Haddon Township and Collingswood paid a visit to Spring Hills on Friday as they celebrated Halloween with the residents. The kids trick-or-treated with the residents, created a fuzzy Halloween magnet and gave everyone a sneak peak of the costumes they’d be wearing on Halloween.

Brandon Breck showed off his strength in his Iron Man costume.

For many of these preschool-aged kids, Halloween is a chance to transform into some of their favorite comic book or Disney characters. Cherry Hill resident Brendan Breck walked around Spring Hills showing off his muscles in his Iron Man costume.

On the other hand, Leonardo Lucchi opted to dress as a villain this Halloween. Leonardo was decked out in a very detailed Darth Vader costume.

Aden Meyer decided he want to dress as one of his favorite Disney characters.

“I’m Mickey Mouse!” Aden exclaimed.

There are a few kids dressing as more traditional Halloween characters this year. Siblings Andrew and Charlie Hager are both hoping to spook a few of their friends this Halloween.

“I’m a witch!” Charlie giggled as she waited for trick-or-treating to start on Friday.

Charlie’s costume was complete with a witch’s hat and broom. Charlie also painted her face green for the occasion.

As for her brother Andrew, he was dressed from head to toe as a skeleton, with a black mask completing his costume.

A few trick-or-treaters went to great lengths to make their Halloween costume as authentic as possible. Massimo Delli Carpini decided he wanted to be a pilot for Halloween and soared into Spring Hills wearing a pilot uniform and a homemade airplane.

“My dad built this for me,” Massimo said proudly about his airplane.

Massimo’s brother, Federico, looked like he was ready to hit the golf course on Friday morning. Federico wore a golfer’s outfit complete with a hat, sweater vest and a mini bag of golf clubs.

A few trick-or-treaters decided they wanted to trick-or-treat dressed as an animal this Halloween. Nora Kuczynski dressed up as an owl on Friday complete with little yellow feet. Max Sherwood was dressed in all black and white as he portrayed a zebra on Friday.

Finally, two kids dove into the world of fantasy and dressed as a pair of mythical creatures. Hayley Andoian wore a sparkly blue mermaid dress to Spring Hills, while Emily Breck was dressed up as a dragon.

The Sun wants to see who you’re dressing up as for Halloween this year! Email your Halloween pictures to news@cherryhillsun.com.