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Families flock to Fort Totten for Halloween

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Aliyah Mullings, 2, is a character from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
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Amanda Carvarjal holds her granddaughter Camilla Delgado, 2 weeks.
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Aaron Sabapathy, 2, plays a game in Fort Totten.
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Camden Picarello plays a game at Fort Totten.
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Ana Maria Gonzalez, 7; Amantia Noko, 7, and Gabriella Gonzalez are dressed in their finest Renaissance and vampire outfits.
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Layla Andrade of East Elmhurst portrays Poison Ivy.
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Connor Chen, 2, is dressed as a plush puppy.
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Costumed children (l.-r.) Jocelyn Medrano, Elizabeth Medrano and Jasmine Becerra take a rest in the shade at Fort Totten with dog Dixie, who is dressed like a bee, during the annual Halloween festival. Photo by Christina Santucci

Fort Totten hosted an annual Halloween Festival Saturday, featuring spooky family fun, hay rides, a pumpkin patch and treats. The event was sponsored by Friends of Fort Totten Parks and Councilman Dan Halloran.

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