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From big to small, locals tricked-or-treated their way around the Bolivar square Thursday, Oct. 31, with several even scaring up prizes for their costumes.
Zack Payne holds his daughter, Raelynn, while waiting in line at the Kiwanis costume contest on the Bolivar square Thursday, Oct. 31.
Jeff Beyea, center, holds hands with princesses Riley, left, and Veronica, right, en route to the Kiwanis costume contest on the Bolivar square Thursday, Oct. 31.
Mason, right, and Colson Hobbs, right, along with their parents, Bradley and McKayla, take Halloween candy from Vision Source representatives Jess Williams and Chelsea Sturguess.
Maveric Jarman, dressed as a terrifying clown, is accompanied by his father, Dustin, in line for the costume contest.
The top three entries in the 1 and under category are, from left, Crystal Ericksen with Owen, third place; Czarina Glor with Corabella, second place; and Darla Allison with Scout, first place.
In the 2-3 category, the top three included, from left, third-placed River Williams, second-placed Liam Ericksen and winner Riley Beyea.
Ages 4-5 included from left, winner Maveric Jarman, third placed Natalie Jones and Emmitt Williams, who took second.
The winner of the kindergarten through second grade category is Fisher Williams.
The top three in the grade 3 through 5 field included from left, Jaylen Beach, Ella Astone and Cheyenne Spalding.
The top two groups in the group contest included from left, Sarah Kahl-Astone, Darla Allison and Mahayla Freeze, along with Drake, Yesy and Tom Miner.
The overall champions were, from left, Sarah Kahl-Astone, Darla Allison and Mahayla Freeze.
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