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Halloween is Community Tradition

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Photo by Patrick Shelby

HAUNTED HOUSE CAST — Sunnyside High School students volunteer to add to the fright night of screaming fun.

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ARTISTIC MASK CREATION — Linsey Ortega, 9, Kirkwood Elementary fourth grade student, paints her festive gourd with a colorful calavera which means “skull” to celebrate the combination of Halloween’s trick or treat fun and Day of the Dead tradition that honors love and respect for deceased family members during the Dia de los Muertos pumpkin decorating event for kids at the Bleyhl Co-op in Sunnyside on Saturday.

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Isaiah Herrera, 7, McClure Elementary School first grade student, begins to add a “Sharknado” wave of sinister paint to his pumpkin during the Dia de los Muertos pumpkin decorating event for kids at the Bleyhl Co-op in Sunnyside on Saturday.

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PUMPKIN SEED MESS — Cynthia Southwick, 9, Outlook Elementary School, scrapes out her pumpkin during the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation 2nd annual pumpkin carving and movie event at the Community Center on Saturday. Family members of the 4H Critter Sitters volunteered to clean up after the program.

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FAMILY MOVIE MATINEE — Fabian, 4, Evan, 6, and Delia Serna, mom, carve out a jack-o’-lantern, watch the movie, “Monster House” and enjoy a bag of popcorn at the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation 2nd annual pumpkin carving and movie event at the Community Center on Saturday. Bill’s Berry Farm donated the pumpkins, Ace Hardware provided the floor covering and Fast Mobile Service contributed the carving kits.

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FISH ON — Braxton Turner, 20-months and mom, reel in a whopper of a prize.

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FESTIVE FOOTBALL FLING — The Outlook Elementary School Halloween Carnival is a community celebration as hundreds of soon to be trick-or-treaters took part in the annual event on Saturday night.

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CARAMEL APPLE TREAT — Alejandra Bautista, Granger, enjoys a decadent desert on a stick as Bartolo Avila waits patiently for a bite.

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RING TOSS DRILL — Outlook Elementary School Second Grade student Jayce Gonzalez, 7, guides a strategic throw for a tasty treat.

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DUCK POND WRANGLER — Outlook Elementary School First Grade student Dylan Lares, 6, flashes his cool cowboy smile.

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BOO TOSS — Washington Elementary First Grade student Jayel Martinez, 6, displays her unicorn powers.

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HAUNTED HOUSE CAST — Outlook Elementary School Fourth Grade student Kira Mesa, 9, and Kassie Reyes, mom, take a cookie break from the festivities.

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