PHOTO: Hello-Ween in New Auburn

Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

Abby London, left, 7, and her sister, Hailey, 10, of Lewiston walk from business to business during the United New Auburn Association Happy Hello-Ween event on Saturday. Children went trick-or-treating at participating businesses and visited an "awesome" haunted house at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine — Auburn/Lewiston Clubhouse. The siblings' mother, Alicia Willey, father Scott Gammon and brother, TJ, 3, walk behind.

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Tizz Crowley's picture

great event- mark your calendar for next year!

Lucky Me! I was asked to be an honorary crossing guard at the Hello-ween afternoon. What fun! The kids looked great. This was a wonderful family event and the New Auburn businesses went all out. I heard several adults say "I didn't know New Auburn had so many businesses"- the "hello" goal was definitely met.

The other terrific impression- the children were so polite and well behaved. Parents, grandparents, special adults please tell your children what a wonderful impression. Almost all the kids said "thank you" to me every time I crossed them. Only a few adults, without children, traveled outside the crosswalks. All ages of students were friendly and considerate of others traveling around. Parents should be very proud. I can't wait for the next family fun time.

Thanks for the opportunity to share the fun. Great job by one and all.

Tizz E.H. Crowley

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