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Seen on Scene At Trunk or Treat

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Harper Risalvato, left, and sister Olivia pet Teddy during Trunk or Treat Saturday at Veterans’ Memorial Park. The sisters were dressed as Slinky Dog from “Toy Story.” ▶ INSIDE: See more photos from Trunk or Treat on Page 9.

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Alize’ Gordon, left, and sister Abigail enjoy some candy during Trunk or Treat on Saturday at Veterans’ Memorial Park.

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Rick Bexley learns how to pose like a power ranger from his son, Landon.

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Boulder City Councilwoman Claudia Bridges gives out candy during Trunk or Treat on Saturday at Veterans’ Memorial Park.

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Boulder City Councilwoman Claudia Bridges gives out candy during the 2019 Trunk or Treat event at Veterans’ Memorial Park on Saturday.

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Veterans’ Memorial Park was filled with children and adults for the 2019 Trunk or Treat on Saturday.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear

Boulder City Review

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