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Snow, rain and chilly winds couldn’t keep hundreds of young trick-or-treaters from an important mission: gathering candy from all of the spooky and silly decorated buildings in the Pioneer Village at Muskoka Heritage Place for the 29th annual Great Pumpkin Trail. This year, 888 Hallowe’en fans joined in the fun.
The annual Mayor’s Choice Award for the best decorated building, as judged by Mayor Scott Aitchison, went to Gerry Lantaigne murals, who brought some fglow-in-the-dark black light fun to the Hallowe’en festivities.
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