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Halloween in Summit

Summit Daily/Kara K. PearsonSummit County Preschool teacher, Kay Solomon (not pictured), brought her students around Frisco for some early trick-or-treating Wednesday morning. The children are lined up ready to hit some other places after getting candy at the Summit Daily News office.

A week of festivities wrapped up Friday night when evil spirits, witches, ghosts and goblins – and Power Rangers, princesses and Pooh Bears – roamed the streets of Summit County. Events included costume

contests, pumpkin carving and neighborhood decorations. Trick-or-treaters visited High Street in Breckenridge, Silverthorne factory outlet stores and Frisco’s Historic Park.

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