Cast of characters at the Halloween luncheon of Trefoil Guilds in Chemainus Monday, from left, included: Kym Whitefield of the Dogwood Guild (Ladysmith), Vcej Johnston of the Dogwood Guild, Sohad Kadhum of First Victoria Trefoil and Frauke Prystawik of Salt Spring Island. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Halloween characters abundant in Chemainus among Trefoil Guild luncheon crowd

Tradition keeps long-time Island guiders together for many functions

Don Bodger

The Courier

Tradition keeps long-time Island guiders together for many functions


Having fun at the Halloween luncheon of the Island Trefoil Guilds Monday in Chemainus, from left, are: Nancy Bothamley of Nanaimo; Ruth Mills of Salt Spring Island; Doreen Davidson of Salt Spring Island and Lynn Reeve of Lantzville. (Photo by Don Bodger)

True identities were concealed in wild and crazy costumes, as members of Island Trefoil Guilds gathered in Chemainus Monday for their annual Halloween luncheon. A couple of Ladysmith’s Dogwood Guild members in attendance included: Yvonne Lewis, left, and Carol Henderson. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Some of the food was rather sketchy based on the names, but delicious at the Halloween luncheon of the Island Trefoil Guilds in Chemainus Monday. (Photo by Don Bodger)

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