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Mall hosts young trick or treaters

Noah Hollingsworth collects candy from different retailers at Willowbrook Shopping Centre on Monday, as part of the mall’s annual Halloween trick or treat parade. Parents paid $2 for each participating child, with all funds raised going to Langley School District Foundation. This was Noah’s first time at the mall event.  - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Noah Hollingsworth collects candy from different retailers at Willowbrook Shopping Centre on Monday, as part of the mall’s annual Halloween trick or treat parade. Parents paid $2 for each participating child, with all funds raised going to Langley School District Foundation. This was Noah’s first time at the mall event.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
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