Old-fashioned Halloween fun

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  • Costumed kids made ghost lollipops during the Halloween Carnival in Alberton on Saturday, Oct. 27. (Photo by Brooke Barnibbe)

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    Laura Acker holds a cake made by Sarah Gagliardi that she got from a cake walk at the Halloween Carnival in Alberton on Saturday. (Photo by Brooke Barnibbe)

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    McKayla Horn, 6, swirls in her monarch costume at the Halloween Carnival and Haunted House put on by the PEAK Foundation and the Alberton Student Council on Oct. 27. (Photo by Brooke Barnibbe)

  • Costumed kids made ghost lollipops during the Halloween Carnival in Alberton on Saturday, Oct. 27. (Photo by Brooke Barnibbe)

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    Laura Acker holds a cake made by Sarah Gagliardi that she got from a cake walk at the Halloween Carnival in Alberton on Saturday. (Photo by Brooke Barnibbe)

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    McKayla Horn, 6, swirls in her monarch costume at the Halloween Carnival and Haunted House put on by the PEAK Foundation and the Alberton Student Council on Oct. 27. (Photo by Brooke Barnibbe)

The PEAK Foundation and the Alberton Student Council hosted a Halloween Carnival and Haunted House on Saturday, Oct. 27 with the help of funding from the Headwaters Foundation. It was an old-fashioned Halloween festival where families enjoyed treats, games, a costume contest, crafts and a cake walk from 4 to 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria, and the haunted house took place in the school gym from 6 to 10 p.m.

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