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A Halloween story

by Patrice Goldman

They say Halloween is the most popular holiday for elementary-age children. As I trooped through a Woodside neighborhood with my three grandchildren last year, I had to agree. This special holiday rivals others in that it contains all the important ingredients: excitement, intrigue, family, friends, pretend, magic, and best of all, the gathering of treats!

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