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Happy Halloween!

Elizabeth Huwe/FOCUS Siblings Bobbi Wegscheid, Anthony Masloski and Brandy Masloski-Snodgrass, made up for the Halloween Bash at Pioneer Grounds on Saturday, say they are proud to be from Perham because it’s, “family friendly.”1 / 2
Elizabeth Huwe/FOCUS Pictured, from left, are: Roxann Rehm, as a “lady with some issues” who asked haunted house attendants to “pet the kitty” at the Halloween Bash. Organizers said they spent more than a week decorating for the event. At the party at the Cultral Center, Finn Roder, age 6, showed off his best “scary pirate face.” And Alexis Heaton, though she may look innocent, added an extra dose of creepiness to the Halloween Bash haunted house while sitting in a rocking chair and singing. 2 / 2

Perham area residents scared up some fun at a number of Halloween events over the weekend, including a Halloween Bash at Pioneer Grounds, a party at the Cultural Center in New York Mills, roller skating at the Perham Area Community Center, and more.

Scheduled Halloween activities continue through tonight, with a trunk-n-treat event at Crosspoint Alliance Church in Perham from 6-7:30 p.m. 

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