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    Trick or treating in Auburn and Lisbon 10/31/2020 - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    An unidentified chicken crosses the road to get some candy during the annual HELLO-WEEN event in Auburn on Oct. 31, 2020.

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    Belle Lemay struggles with her candy and prize-laden trick-or-treat sack as she and her father Travis, right, head to their car after attending the annual HELLO-WEEN event sponsored by United New Auburn Association at the newly built Anniversary Park in Auburn on Oct. 31, 2020.

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    Stephen Martelli, vice chairman of the United New Auburn Association, left, watches Evelyn Eirby toss a pencil at the last game in a long line of booths manned by local businesses and residents giving out candy, prizes, books and other Halloween treats during the annual HELLO-WEEN on Oct. 31, 2020, sponsored by the association at the newly built Anniversary Park in Auburn. Looking on is his mom, Crystal Rousseau. and brother, August, middle. At right is Joseph Bennett and his son Joseph.

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    William Foster, dressed up as action character John Wick, escorts his parents Mark and Harmony Millette back to their car Oct. 31, 2020, after attending New Auburn Association's annual HELLO-WEEN event at Anniversary Park in Auburn.

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    Candy was given out via rain gutters rigged by the United New Auburn Association members for their annual HELLO-WEEN event at Anniversary Park in Auburn on Oct. 31, 2020.

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    Hugo Chamberlain opts for an eyeball instead of candy after winning a game that was set up at his nanny's home in Lisbon on Oct. 31, 2020. The home offered games, treats and other child-friendly Halloween activities before transforming the yard into a scarier theme to welcome trick or treaters after dark.

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    Eleanor Porter, of Yarmouth, knocks over a stack of cups with a ball at a game station set up in the front yard of her nanny's house on Addison Street in Lisbon on Oct. 31, 2020. There were games, treats and prizes for the younger set. Later in the afternoon the layout was modified for a more scary and spooky theme for after dark.

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