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    Emma Corwin, left, hands out a bingo card and screening questionnaire Saturday's at the start of the Costume Hike at Lake George Regional Park in Canaan.

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    A person in a vehicle reaches out for goodie bag as Beth Sproul, director of the city's child care center, gives one with a long handled grabber Saturday during Augusta Downtown Alliance's drive-thru trick-or-treat event. Hundreds of vehicles were lined up to get treats from about 20 groups distributing bags of candy and gifts. Many people handing things out used long-handled grabbers to increase distancing.

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    Jacob, 13, left, and Lyle Works, 11, arrived in costumes for Saturday's hike up Pinnacle Trail at Lake George Regional Park in Canaan.

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    A person in a vehicle reaches out for goodie bag as Wendy Somes, a city employee, gives one with a long-handled grabber Saturday during Augusta Downtown Alliance's drive-thru trick-or-treat event. Hundreds of vehicles were lined up to get treats from about 20 groups distributing bags of candy and gifts. Many people handing things out used long-handled grabbers to increase distancing.

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    Trick-or-treaters fill Head of Falls for a trunk-or-treat event in the parking lot on Saturday.

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    Austin Dervy, 13, trick-or-treats in his astronaut costume at Head of Falls during a trunk-or-treat event in the parking lot on Saturday.

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    Dr. Laurel Parker offers a virtual trick-or-treat with her children Logan and Calla, at their home in Manchester on Saturday. Rather than walking from house to house, Brian Juengst, also called dad, knocks on the door at home for each new visit, or call, creating an atmosphere as close to trick-or-treating as one can get without leaving home.

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    Dr. Laurel Parker offers a virtual trick-or-treat with her children Logan and Calla, at their home in Manchester on Saturday. Rather than walking from house to house, Brian Juengst, also called dad, knocks on the door at home for each new visit, or call, creating an atmosphere as close to trick-or-treating as one can get without leaving home.

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