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Happy Halloween: Readers' submitted costume pics are all treats

| Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017, 10:30 a.m.
Greta and Stella Magnusen, New Kensington
Greta and Stella Magnusen, New Kensington
Greta and Stella Magnusen, New Kensington
Greta and Stella Magnusen, New Kensington
Gia Fornalczyk, Jeannette
Gia Fornalczyk, Jeannette
'Bella,' Karen Marchewka, Connellsville
'Bella,' Karen Marchewka, Connellsville
'Gucci,' Farrah Priest, Murrysville
'Gucci,' Farrah Priest, Murrysville
Milena Sciullo, Grove City
Milena Sciullo, Grove City
Sabatino Sciullo, Grove City
Sabatino Sciullo, Grove City
Ava and Noah Mcbriar
Ava and Noah Mcbriar
Lily Anne Semenko, Greensburg
Lily Anne Semenko, Greensburg
Giavonnah Stover. Brackenridge
Giavonnah Stover. Brackenridge
Rachel Ambrose, Irwin
Rachel Ambrose, Irwin
Gaby Howley (Goldilocks), Tanner Pezzano (papa bear), Savannah Howley (mama bear), and Marc Jaffre (baby bear)
Irwin
Gaby Howley (Goldilocks), Tanner Pezzano (papa bear), Savannah Howley (mama bear), and Marc Jaffre (baby bear) Irwin
Marcy Ozorowski and Karen Blocker, Connellsville
Marcy Ozorowski and Karen Blocker, Connellsville
Crosby as the Stanely Cup hoisted by her dad Joe Leist.
Houston, Texas, originally of Pittsburgh
Crosby as the Stanely Cup hoisted by her dad Joe Leist. Houston, Texas, originally of Pittsburgh
“Daisy,” Sharon Chodkowski, Leechburg
“Daisy,” Sharon Chodkowski, Leechburg
Beau Torrance (Danny) and Brynn Goydich (Sandy) getting ready for the Irwin Halloween parade
Beau Torrance (Danny) and Brynn Goydich (Sandy) getting ready for the Irwin Halloween parade
Lake Sharkins, Cheswick
Lake Sharkins, Cheswick
Emily Ambrose, Irwin
Emily Ambrose, Irwin
Joey Ambrose, Irwin
Joey Ambrose, Irwin
David and Diane Bonifati, Trafford
David and Diane Bonifati, Trafford
Isabella Romanak, Greensburg
Isabella Romanak, Greensburg
Natalie Shearer, Penn Township
Natalie Shearer, Penn Township
Genevieve Ciancio, Gibsonia
Genevieve Ciancio, Gibsonia
Jamie and Kaley Bastine, Natrona Heights
Jamie and Kaley Bastine, Natrona Heights
Brento DuBreucq, Monessen
Brento DuBreucq, Monessen
Braedon DuBreucq, Monessen
Braedon DuBreucq, Monessen
Mila Boyer, Natrona Heights
Mila Boyer, Natrona Heights
Amelia Wygonik, sixth-grader at Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament School In Natrona Heights
Amelia Wygonik, sixth-grader at Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament School In Natrona Heights
Kaia Reagle, New Kensington
Kaia Reagle, New Kensington
Batman- Andrew Junod (6) and  Jessicake- Lily Junod (10), Allegheny Township
Batman- Andrew Junod (6) and Jessicake- Lily Junod (10), Allegheny Township
Emma Kate Trammell and Hayden Genard, Dallas, Texas
They are the great-grandchildren of Bob and Anona Kuhel of
South Greensburg
Emma Kate Trammell and Hayden Genard, Dallas, Texas They are the great-grandchildren of Bob and Anona Kuhel of South Greensburg

Halloween brings out the scary and the sweet in our Tribune-Review readers. We asked you to send in your best costume pictures and you delivered.

Grab a handful of candy and start scrolling.

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