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Halloween photo sessions to support Way Station Food Pantry
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Richmond Hill photographer Megan Myrick will offer Halloween-themed portrait sessions from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 14 at her studio, 128 Frances Meeks Way, suite 3, in Richmond Hill.

Spaces are limited, so pre-booking is required. Clients who bring at least three nonperishable food donations for the Way station Food Pantry will receive an additional digital image for free with their session package.

The Way Station Food Pantry is an ecumenical food pantry supported by various churches of Richmond Hill currently serving over 100 households each month in South Bryan County.

Each photo session will last 10 minutes, and includes the option of purchasing three images for $55, or five images for $75. Families may get group shots of siblings and step-siblings, but the sessions are for children only. They should come dressed in their Halloween costumes.

“I am looking forward to hosting these fun, Halloween-themed sessions again this year and am excited to seeing familiar faces as well as new ones,” Myrick said. “I am so grateful to be able to combine my passion for photography with giving back to our amazing community.”

Myrick asks that clients who bring nonperishable food items for the Way Station Food Pantry keep Thanksgiving and the holidays in mind by bringing items such as canned vegetables and soups, corn muffin, biscuit, stuffing, and cake mixes, cranberry sauce, potatoes, etc.

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