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By Dan Rudy 

Wrangell goes bump in the Halloween night


Rachel Coblentz / Warngell Sentinel

The gnarly cast of the Garnet Grit Betties' haunted house pose for a group shot. Wrangell's roller derby team set up the event as a fundraiser, and close to 200 people attended their Friday and Saturday night runs.

There was plenty to do for Halloween in Wrangell last Friday, as the borough's businesses opened their doors to a colorful assortment of trick-or-treaters in the afternoon. Organized by the Chamber of Commerce, many establishments provided candy and other free amusements in the town's business district.

Earlier that morning, children at Evergreen Elementary and their parents were able to enjoy the school's annual "Harvest of the Land and Sea" festival in the gymnasium. The fifth graders helped out with booths, leaving the K-4 kids free to meander about the displays and activities.

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