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November 7, 2001

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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2001 "liB r Inside Section B Arts & Entertainment Opinion & Perspective Letters to the Editor Vitals Photo by AJicia Higbee Halloween displays, Roxane and Billy Arave, of Greenville, added aliens to their menagerie of rats, gobUns and other spooky creatures created the UFO with old satellite dishes, a alxing of lights, a green- a spinning+ multicolored party light hidden behind the passengers from II" Photo by Victoria Metcalf Morlah Fitch was planted firmly on her father, Dermis's, shoulders, as the family pa- raded through the Quincy Main Street area, Joining the hundreds of children and adults who turned out for the merchants' safe trick-or-trent campaign Oct. 31. Mori- ah's mother, Pare, made the blossom costume. She also fashioned Moriah's sister, Miranda, Into a green asparagus stalk. Photo by Terd Da0ust 1, may be a little young to go tdck-or- he's ready to Join in what looks like a lot ! i ~ !i~' ~~ Photo by Tern Daous't Halloween clown, Donna .Pfall, lead down Nevada Street. The brightly Was easy for the kids to spot, keeping as they weaved their way through the for friends and family. 5 / Photo by Victoria Metcalf nrngd perfect Ragg- - Y Ann In an outfit created by her grandmother. Keeiey was one of hundreds of chil- dram to participate in the annual merchants' Hal- Ioweon prngram for idds. Photo by Marian Uddell Halloween in Chester starts at 3 p.m. and ends when yon Just can't walk anymore. Chester merehants open their doors for trl W oPtrelt fun from 3-6 p.m. When that party ends, the fun begins kids rry a pillowcase to stash their trento--avorything from candy, to estodng books to discount coupon on and even a little fright over the possible creatures lurking on aPPeared on these bright faces of Chester/Lake Alnumor area chll- Photo by Alicia Higbee Halloween was a family affair for Jennifer Rogers, her son, Bryce, and morn, Bev CraggL They dressed up like their favorite characters from the "lO0-Acre Woods,- Pooh, lrll er and Eeyore.