SLIDESHOW: Chilliwack Progress readers share their best Halloween pumpkins

Not all pumpkins have to be scary, as Elizabeth Faith Castillo showed up with this Mickey Mouse lookalike.Not all pumpkins have to be scary, as Elizabeth Faith Castillo showed up with this Mickey Mouse lookalike.
Tanya Krahn Goertzen showed some school pride with this homage to the Mount Slesse middle school’s Timberwolves.Tanya Krahn Goertzen showed some school pride with this homage to the Mount Slesse middle school’s Timberwolves.
Robert Bideshi sent in several amazing photographs of his highly skilled carvings, and said readers can see more on his Instagram page, by searching Bideshi Carvings.Robert Bideshi sent in several amazing photographs of his highly skilled carvings, and said readers can see more on his Instagram page, by searching Bideshi Carvings.
Loresa Jorgenson created this carving in memoriam, explaining: “The fish pumpkin I made in memory of my father who passed away unexpectedly in May. He was a HUGE fisherman.”Loresa Jorgenson created this carving in memoriam, explaining: “The fish pumpkin I made in memory of my father who passed away unexpectedly in May. He was a HUGE fisherman.”
Ashley Meredith sent us this family of ghoulish gourds, each with their own personality.Ashley Meredith sent us this family of ghoulish gourds, each with their own personality.
Alicia James sent us this beastly photo, resembling the comic book character, Venom.Alicia James sent us this beastly photo, resembling the comic book character, Venom.
A loving tribute to Jack Skellington, by Loresa Jorgenson’s 10-year-old daughter.A loving tribute to Jack Skellington, by Loresa Jorgenson’s 10-year-old daughter.
BrendaEve Pike went with a green theme for this great pumpkin.BrendaEve Pike went with a green theme for this great pumpkin.
Letitia Kaya offered up a carving of Vincent Price.Letitia Kaya offered up a carving of Vincent Price.
Laura Knezetic sent along this spooky image.Laura Knezetic sent along this spooky image.

Progress readers have sent us some great photos through the years.

This Halloween we asked for your best carved pumpkins to share with others and celebrate the day.

The results run the gamut from cute and classic, to gory and spooky.

As always, send your best photos of people, places and events around Chilliwack to us by emailing editor@theprogress.com, with the subject line Community Camera.

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