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10/31/03

Hub City Halloween Happenings

Lions, cheerleaders, and even the Incredible Hulk visited one Lubbock school on Friday.

Three and 4-year-olds at All Saints School dressed up for Halloween and showed the other students their costumes. They were led around the school by 9th graders.

In Tahoka, elementary school students decorated pumpkins donated by a local farmer. In addition to showing off their creations, students read poems they wrote about the pumpkins.

Senior citizens at the Grand Court also got in the holiday spirit Friday. Residents there held a harvest festival. Many dressed up for a costume contest, and enjoyed rides in a horse-drawn carriage.

And at Lubbock National Bank, banking center employee's dressed up in everything 50's. From poodle skirts to Harley's to "I Love Lucy," it was a true blast from the past.

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