A family affair of pumpkin carving in good Ol
From Heather Simmons, mom of three Botetourt students and a teacher at Read Mountain Middle School:
Simmons suggested, “Something along the lines of “Cavalier Spirit shines at Halloween.” The LB pumpkin was carved by my son, Grayson Simmons, who is a freshman at LB. The heart pumpkin was carved by my daughter Katie, who is in 7th grade at Read Mountain, and the face in the middle was carved by Emily Simmons, who is in 5th grade at Colonial. The face all the way to the left was carved by the Grand Witch of Halloween, Heather Simmons, who teaches 8th grade goblins at RMMS.