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Divine Home Care trick-or-treat

Students who attend school in the New London-Spicer school district but live in Willmar all ride the same bus to be dropped off in town. Divine Home Care employees started a new tradition last year by handing out candy to students who ride the bu...

Briana Sanchez / Tribune Divine Home Care employees wait to distribute bags of candy Monday to students who ride the bus after school from the New London-Spicer School District to Willmar.
Briana Sanchez / Tribune Divine Home Care employees wait to distribute bags of candy Monday to students who ride the bus after school from the New London-Spicer School District to Willmar.

Students who attend school in the New London-Spicer school district but live in Willmar all ride the same bus to be dropped off in town.

Divine Home Care employees started a new tradition last year by handing out candy to students who ride the bus.

The drop-off is between Heritage Bank and Divine Home Care. Divine Home Care employees gave candy to each student who exited the bus. This year they decided to dress as Disney Princesses.

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