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Halloween trick-or-treaters

Children had plenty of opportunities on Halloween in Jamestown to collect some treats.

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Children visit The Jamestown Sun on Monday, Oct. 31, 2022, in search of Halloween treats.
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It was all smiles for this happy little group posing for a picture while attending the Halloween event at the Frontier Village.
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First responders held a trunk or treat at the Jamestown Rural Fire Department. Handing out candy in two hours to some 170 vehicles were members of the Jamestown rural and city fire departments, the Red Cross, the police and county sheriff's departments, the National Guard and the Jamestown ambulance service.
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Two youth share their festive Halloween costumes at the Frontier Village.
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Folks of all ages participated in the Halloween fun at the Frontier Village.
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A group of people dressed in costume chat during the Halloween fun at Frontier Village.
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Students from Gussner Elementary School trick-or-treated at Eventide Jamestown on Halloween.
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Students from Gussner Elementary School trick-or-treated at Eventide Jamestown on Halloween.
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Santa Claus showed up a couple of holidays in advance to get some treats and to make sure some kids were being nice.
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