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Halloween: For All Ages

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Halloween is right around the corner, and it is widely celebrated by all ages. The difference is how you celebrate it.

Halloween this year is on a Saturday, which means late night parties for some and early nights in after trick-or-treating for others.

People of all ages celebrate Halloween by passing out candy, dressing up, trick-or-treating, partying, or scaring others. However, most everyone participates in eating candy.

Kenterra, a student at Aberdeen High, said, “I might take Levii out, my little sister, and my other little siblings for an hour or two.”

When you’re young, going around and getting candy is a thrill; but, as you get older, you want to be out with friends and stay out late. Partying will be common, especially since it’s a Saturday night.

On Halloween night, you can see all types of costumes walking around or knocking on your door; a variety including anything from a killer clown to a pretty princess can be found.

Mr.Grant, a teacher at Aberdeen High, said, “I’m going to be a stick of butter.”

Whether you go out to a haunted house for the thrill or stay home watching movies, Halloween can be fun for everyone.

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Halloween: For All Ages