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Halloween celebrated across North County 

–Costumed Halloween revelers, young and old, hit the streets in the North County Thursday to celebrate the annual event.

In Paso Robles, roads around the Downtown City Park were closed off to accommodate hundreds of trick-or-treaters. While dancers performed near the Acorn Building, Main Street’s Norma Moy and a dozen other witches posed for pictures with the Halloween celebrants.

The Paso Robles Fire Department handed out candy donated by Albertson’s.

Firefighter Charles Brown and others from PRFD passed out candy. Brown just returned from fighting wildfires in Contra Costa County for several days. He said it was great to be home.

In Templeton, Halloween attired trick-or-treaters walked up and down Main Street stopping for candy at local businesses. The First Presbyterian Church organized games for the kids to play on a grassy area on Main Street.

Halloween fulfilled the dreams of many in North County Thursday afternoon and evening.

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