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Getting into the Halloween spirit


Wilsonville Spokesman readers were recently asked to submit photos of their Halloween spirit.

Here are some of the photos we received.

by: SUBMITTED - Meredith Eby on Southwest Surrey Street decorates her home with lots of lights and spiders. She likes to make her home festive but not too scary for little kids.by: SUBMITTED - The Ruuds on Southwest Morningside Avenue take an eco-friendly approach to their Halloween decorations. A large nutcracker transforms into a Halloween spirit. 'Our children have been asking for several years if we could decorate our house more.  It seemed like a lot of extra work, but now we regret not doing it sooner.  We had a scary good time together welcoming giant spiders and a web of their friends, both in and outside of our home this season!'by: SUBMITTED - A graveyard, Pirate Pete and spooky kids can be found in 'Villeboo,' er Villebois. The Cases on Southwest San Remo Court transformed their yard into a graveyard this year.by: SUBMITTED  - Students at Boones Ferry Primary School were invited to trick-or-treat at a school-sponsored event Oct. 25. The Krecklow family, including parents Mike and Lisa, and children Meredith, 8, and George (not pictured) were among those showing Halloween spirit. by: SUBMITTED  - Lowrie's principal, Patrick Meigs, spent the evening of Oct. 25 telling fortunes at the schools harvest carnival.by: SUBMITTED - Nicholas Young, and his 6-month-old puppy, Kinzy, are dressing as dynamic duo Batman and Robin for Halloween.