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Residents spruce up Doug park as youngsters decorate Halloween pumpkins

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Anthony Lino, 9, of Douglaston decorates his pumpkin.
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Caroline Duggan, 10, decorates a pumpkin.
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Triplets (l.-r.) Caroline, John and Emily Duggan show off their creations in Douglaston.
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Douglas Montgomery, president of the Douglaston Garden Club, clears the soil in Catherine Turner Richard Park in Douglaston.
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Emma Chiang helps her children Hayley, 5, and Aiden, 2, decorate pumpkins at Catherine Turner Richard Park in Douglaston.
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Nick Donas and his 7-year-old son Demetri clear soil around the stairway at Catherine Turner Richard Park in Douglaston so that bulbs can be planted during the semi-annual It's My Park Day.
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Children decorated pumpkins with paint and stickers.

The Douglaston Garden Club in conjuction with the Parks Department, the PS98 PTA, the Douglaston National Art League and Marlene’s Studios held a semi-annual cleanup of Catherine Turner Richard Park i Douglaston. The event also featured pumpkin decorating.

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