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Trick-or-treaters hit downtown New Richmond

Hallie Rudek, 2, collects a piece of candy from a resident at The Deerfield on Thursday, Oct. 31, as children from First Lutheran Childcare visited the senior living facility to trick-or-treat on Halloween. (Photos by Micheal Foley)1 / 7
Cindy Olson, office manager at the <I>New Richmond News<I>, dressed as a man riding an ostrich, hands out candy to a group of trick-or-treaters during New Richmond’s downtown business district trick-or-treating event on Thursday, Oct. 31.2 / 7
Robert Sadowski, 3, dressed as Iron Man, accepts a piece of candy from Lisa Woletz at the New Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce office during New Richmond’s downtown business district trick-or-treating event on Thursday, Oct. 31. 3 / 7
Piper Hanson, 2, dressed as a witch, accepts a piece of candy from Jeremy Rose at the New Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce office during New Richmond’s downtown business district trick-or-treating event on Thursday, Oct. 31.4 / 7
Ian Prinsen, 3, dressed as a pirate takes his pick of a bowl of candy at Messes and Masterpieces during New Richmond’s downtown business district trick-or-treating event on Thursday, Oct. 31.5 / 7
Bristol Tarras, 18 months, dressed as a kitten, poses for a Halloween portrait by Nate Peterson at NP Design & Photography Studio during New Richmond’s downtown business district trick-or-treating event on Thursday, Oct. 31. 6 / 7
Lisa Woletz (left) and Steph Cooke of the New Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce, and Jeremy Rose of J Rose Massage, show off their costumes for New Richmond’s downtown business district trick-or-treating event on Thursday, Oct. 31. 7 / 7

Adults and children alike enjoy visiting local businesses to get candy and other fun treats, Thursday, Oct. 31. 

Micheal Foley
Micheal Foley worked at RiverTown Multimedia from July 2013 to June 2015 as editor at the New Richmond News. 
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