November 4, 2010
By Crystal Lewis Brown
FORT JACKSON, S.C. -- About 175 participants - some in costume, some pushing children in strollers and even one child on a bicycle - did not let Saturday's 50-degree temperatures stop them from participating in the post's second annual Halloween Howl...
Mary Ward, 1st battalion, 13th Infantry Battalion, and her 16-month-old son, Alexander Matthews, make the final push toward the finish line during Saturday's Halloween Howl.
Christine Drown, Fort Jackson Emergency Medical Services, and Michelle Presnell, with the McEntire Air National Guard Fire Department, push toward the finish during Saturday's 5K fun run.
Thanks to Bryan Hernandez, commander of the 3rd Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, the "King" - Elvis Presley - made an appearance at Saturday's run. Along with Elvis, costumes included a baby spider, a WNBA player, a ballerina and a couple of cats.