Trick or Treat Talents on Display at St. Joseph Hospital 

Catherine Pegram

Lots of trick or treat talent was on display at St. Joseph Hospital in Bangor.Dozens of employees took part in the annual great pumpkin and costume contest. Staff throughout the hospital have been working on these Halloween displays for weeks and they finally got to show them off this afternoon. Honorable mentions went out to two versions of the swine flu.The Monster Mash – A Wedding Bash nabbed fourth place. Third place went to the Mummies Are Appealing for creative use of pumpkin peelings.The Roaring Revenuers took second place for their 20’s throwback.And First place went to the Yakity, Yak – Don’t Talk Back display. It featured an all-knowing pumpkin who talked personally to anyone who stopped by, thanks to a web camera.As for costumes, Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Showers won for most original costume. Scariest costume went to the Lady of the Night Vampires.And the judge’s favorite was handed out to the Roaring 20’s – complete with flappers, gangsters and a few other shady characters.