News Espanola school hopes Halloween will be boo-untiful SHARE ON: Rosalind Russell, staff Friday, Oct. 11th, 2019 Halloween is just around the corner and an Espanola school hopes to scare up a great response for their annual food drive. School spokesperson, Joanna Castonguay says Ecole Franco-Ouest will once again hold its ‘we scare hunger’ event on Halloween night with some 30 students going door-to-door collecting food and funds for the two local food banks in Espanola and Massey. Logo supplied by EFO An Espanola school is planning a food drive for Halloween night. School spokesperson, Joanna Castonguay says Ecole Franco-Ouest will host its annual drive to help fill the shelves at local food banks. She says the ‘we scare hunger’ event will see around 30 students going door-to-door collecting non-perishable food items, as well as monetary donations. Castonguay adds last year, they doubled the amount collected: 1,642 items and $240 for both Espanola’s and Massey’s food banks.