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A “Spooktacular” success

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Goblins of all sizes roamed downtown Ceadr Springs Halloween night.

Hordes of miniature witches, monsters, princesses, superheroes and more braved the chilly, wet weather on Friday, October 31, and hit downtown Main Street in Cedar Springs and the surrounding area to make the annual Halloween Spook-tacular another rousing success.

“It went well,” said Kelly Roach, with Alpha Omega Coffee and Games. “A lot of people showed up in spite of the cold and wind. We had 3 crossing guards this year, and several people mentioned appreciating that.” Roach was in charge of organizing the event for the Cedar Springs Area Chamber of Commerce.

She said she had one customer, Felicia Smith, say how nice it was to have an opportunity to check out several businesses that she hadn’t gotten a chance to stop by yet.

Businesses, non-profit groups and churches all handed out candy and organized activities for the young (and some not so young) trick-or-treaters.

 

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