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Tricks and treats on the Semiahmoo Peninsula

There were pumpkins, costumes and candy a-plenty around town on Halloween. - Contributed photos
There were pumpkins, costumes and candy a-plenty around town on Halloween.
— image credit: Contributed photos

Residents throughout the Semiahmoo Peninsula got into the Halloween spirit last week.

First United ChurchAmong events around town: Ocean Cliff Elementary students carved pumpkins and, as part of its We Scare Hunger campaign, collected 34 boxes of food for the Surrey Food Bank; trick-or-treaters made the rounds at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre;and, members of First United Church’s Adventure Youth Group got in costume to also help raise money for the food bank.

 

 

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