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Photo gallery: Halloween faces from Monroeville Community Park

| Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, 10:24 a.m.
It was more rain than shine for Halloween fun at Monroeville Community Park, but it didn't seem to dampen the spirits of the costumed characters that came for the Trail of Treats on Saturday, Oct. 28. The event was presented by the Department of Recreation and Parks. Addie Crane, 4, is shown here nice and dry under her purple umbrella.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
It was more rain than shine for Halloween fun at Monroeville Community Park, but it didn't seem to dampen the spirits of the costumed characters that came for the Trail of Treats on Saturday, Oct. 28. The event was presented by the Department of Recreation and Parks. Addie Crane, 4, is shown here nice and dry under her purple umbrella.
Julius Clark, 7, came sporting his Whack-a-Mole outfit at Halloween activities in Monroeville Community Park, Saturday, Oct. 28.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Julius Clark, 7, came sporting his Whack-a-Mole outfit at Halloween activities in Monroeville Community Park, Saturday, Oct. 28.
Atreyu Ho, 4, waits for a Halloween cookie at Monroeville's Trail of Treats in the community park, Oct. 28.
Atreyu Ho, 4, waits for a Halloween cookie at Monroeville's Trail of Treats in the community park, Oct. 28.
Little bee Evey Barnes, 1, isn't quite sure what all the fuss is all about, but she's willing to go along with it during Halloween activities at Monroeville Community Park on Saturday.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Little bee Evey Barnes, 1, isn't quite sure what all the fuss is all about, but she's willing to go along with it during Halloween activities at Monroeville Community Park on Saturday.
Jacob Glover, 5, puts on a scary face during Halloween activities at Monroeville Community Park, Saturday, Oct. 28.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
Jacob Glover, 5, puts on a scary face during Halloween activities at Monroeville Community Park, Saturday, Oct. 28.

It was more rain than shine for Halloween fun at Monroeville Community Park, but it didn't seem to dampen the spirits of the costumed characters that came for the Trail of Treats on Saturday, Oct. 28. The event was presented by the Department of Recreation and Parks.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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