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Halloween Trick or Treats

Erica Dischino / Tribune Three-year-old Annaelis Brown, left, gets a piece of candy from Gladys Bjur while trick-or-treating Tuesday at Bethesda Grand in Willmar. 1 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune Alissa Squires is dressed as a black and white joker for the Teen Halloween Party Tuesday at the Willmar Public Library. The Teen Halloween Party, attended by more than 20 teens, was hosted by the library's Teen Advisory Board.2 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune A skeleton dragon stands in the yard of Paul Karpen’s house on Ramblewood Avenue in Willmar the evening of Halloween. 3 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune More than 20 teenagers attended the Teen Halloween Party at the Willmar Public Library Tuesday to celebrate Halloween. Food was provided and a movie played during the event, which was hosted by the library's Teen Advisory Board. Library staff member Emily Sovell, center, oversees the board. 4 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune Four-year-old Jayden Duron, left, is dressed as Iron Man Tuesday while trick-or-treating with residents at Bethesda Grand to celebrate Halloween. 5 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune A monster lingers in the driveway of Paul Karpen’s house on Ramblewood Avenue in Willmar the evening of Halloween. 6 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune Eighth-grade student Yasmin Ismail laughs after walking into a room decorated with fake corpses and a bloody skeleton during the Teen Halloween Party Tuesday at the Willmar Public Library. 7 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune Food was provided and a movie played during a Teen Halloween Party Tuesday at the Willmar Public Library.8 / 9
Erica Dischino / Tribune More than 20 teenagers attended the Teen Halloween Party at the Willmar Public Library Tuesday to celebrate Halloween. Food was provided and a movie played during the event, which was hosted by the library's Teen Advisory Board.9 / 9

WILLMAR — Willmar community members celebrated Halloween in many ways Tuesday.

From trick-or-treating at Bethesda Grand to the Teen Halloween Party at the Willmar Public Library, costumes and candy were shared among all ages.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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