Haunted Hot Dogs are Served
 
By Photographer Frank Di Pentima
October 31, 2017
 

A Halloween special returned once again to the Company 2 firehouse where members of the Oakland Volunteer Fire Department served up hot dogs, potato chips and candy to hungry Trick 'r Treaters who stopped by for a visit. Nearly 200 hot dogs were served to our guests and a few might just have found a nice warm home in the belly of some hungry fireman as well.

Members of the OVFD extended the fun by taking candy over to the College section of Oakland and handed out candy to the numerous kids enjoying Halloween fun throughout that neighborhood.

A big Thank You goes out to Fireman Dan D'Elia who organized this annual event and to everyone who stopped by and we look forward to seeing everyone again next year.

 
Fireman Tony Smid serves food to our 1st guest of the night
Fireman Tony Smid serves food to our 1st guest of the night
Fireman Dan D'Elia hands out candy and chips
Fireman Dan D'Elia hands out candy and chips
 
What great costumes!
What great costumes!
 
 
Our largest group of Trick 'r Treaters
Our largest group of Trick 'r Treaters
 
The most original cart of the night that was decorated with its own Halloween lights
The most original cart of the night that was decorated with its own Halloween lights
 
 
Department Chief Dave Hutsebaut serves up comfort food
Department Chief Dave Hutsebaut serves up comfort food
Fireman Tim Kriss wearing his "other" uniform
Fireman Tim Kriss wearing his "other" uniform
 
Fireman Russ Stammer hands out the goodies
Fireman Russ Stammer hands out the goodies
 
 
That's the biggest Mac & Cheese we ever saw!
That's the biggest Mac & Cheese we ever saw!
A future Oakland fireman enjoys sitting with Dad in the fire truck
A future Oakland fireman enjoys sitting with Dad in the fire truck
 
Fireman Dave O'Connor checks the stock of goodies
Fireman Dave O'Connor checks the stock of goodies