Jack O Lantern Contest Fun For All Ages!

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Enjoy a fun evening for a great cause, benefiting Kids’ Compassion Project. Put on those costumes, and bring completed Jack O’ Lanterns (please register in advance), or just drop by to admire the creativity of others. Free hot chocolate provided by Starbucks. this event is FREE, but please register at https://www.kidscompassionproject.org/event/pumpkin-carving-contest/). Even if you have indicated "interested" or "going" on this Facebook event, you are not registered yet.

$2,000 in amazing prizes!

We encourage donations, all of which will go to support Kids' Compassion Project initiatives. Any entry fees and donations are tax deductable.

Thank you to our financial sponsors: Clair Family Dentistry, Stapleton Mortgage and Realty, Stapleton Children's Dentistry, Stapleton Orthodontics and Advanced Pediatric Associates as well as prize contributors, The Shops at Northfield Stapleton, Mici Handcrafted Italian, Plum Consignment, Bladium Sports & Fitness Club, Starbucks, Mile Hygiene Body Work, Semplice, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Enshin Karate Headquarters Denver, Colorado, USA, Cold Stone Creamery, Marco's Pizza, Harkins Theaters, Stapleton All Sports & SmartSpace.

We have a pretty awesome panel of judges too!

Andre L. Rudolph (Denver Judge, longtime Stapleton resident/ He claims that even off the bench, he won't be bribed, but we think someone should try)
Ethan Rietema (Local business owner (Urban Mattress Denver) and active member of the Denver community)
Danielle Grant (9NEWS (KUSA) Meteorologist). We solely credit Danielle for this amazing weather forecast for the event.
Meghan Valentine (Denver resident, personal trainer, USA Olympic Powerlifter)
Eddie Egloff (Art teacher at William "Bill" Roberts School. Lover of all things Halloween).
Steve Staeger (9 News Reporter)
Shawn Chitnis (CBS 4 Reporter)

Interested in sponsoring? We still need a lot of support for this event!
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By: Kids' Compassion Project