Devil Claire Campbell, then 7, along with angels Maia Killian, then 5, middle, and Ellie Osterloh, also then 5, check out their haul of candy in Fairhaven Park on Oct. 31, 2008. They were among the hundreds of kids and parents who dressed up to trick-or-treat in Fairhaven. Favorite, and not so favorite, Halloween candies often become a lasting memory for children as they grow into adulthood.
Devil Claire Campbell, then 7, along with angels Maia Killian, then 5, middle, and Ellie Osterloh, also then 5, check out their haul of candy in Fairhaven Park on Oct. 31, 2008. They were among the hundreds of kids and parents who dressed up to trick-or-treat in Fairhaven. Favorite, and not so favorite, Halloween candies often become a lasting memory for children as they grow into adulthood. staff THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Devil Claire Campbell, then 7, along with angels Maia Killian, then 5, middle, and Ellie Osterloh, also then 5, check out their haul of candy in Fairhaven Park on Oct. 31, 2008. They were among the hundreds of kids and parents who dressed up to trick-or-treat in Fairhaven. Favorite, and not so favorite, Halloween candies often become a lasting memory for children as they grow into adulthood. staff THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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