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Costumed community members collect candy at the annual Creepy Crawl through the city on Halloween

PMG PHOTO: EMILY LINDSTRAND - Dinosaurs receive treats during the Estacada Creepy Crawl.

Hundreds of families recently did the monster mash through downtown Estacada.

The annual Creepy Crawl, sponsored by the Estacada Chamber of Commerce, gave costume-clad children a place to trick or treat on Thursday, Oct. 31.

Community members acted as crossing guards as enthusiastic Estacada residents collected candy from many local businesses.

Ghosts, witches and goblins also visited residents at Whispering Pines Senior Village and 300 Main, who connected them with even more Halloween treats.

PMG PHOTO: EMILY LINDSTRAND - Young Creepy Crawl participants prepare to collect candy at Just In Video.

Candy and spooky cheer could also be found at Estacada Assembly of God, where families participated in trunk or treat.

Participating businesses in the Creepy Crawl included Mossy Rock, Figaro's Pizza, Trails Inn Cafe and Timber Room, Just In Video, Award Embroidery and Apparel, Prairie Preschool, The Mason Jar, Blush and Roses Flower Shop, S&S Tax and Bookkeeping, The Spiral Gallery, Reliance Connects, Whitney Signs, Subway, Key Bank, Lew's Drive In, Hi-School Pharmacy, US Bank, Harvest Market, Estacada Liquor Store, The Grind, The Artsmith, The Book Nook, Napa Auto Parts, Lookin' Good, True Value, State Farm, The Country Restaurant, Estacada Library, Yo Treats, Wade Creek House, Estacada City Hall, Parlour Beaute Bar, Crescendo Dance Studio, Sol Tapatio, Estacada Community Center and Fyzical Therapy and Balance Center.

PMG PHOTO: EMILY LINDSTRAND - A chicken at the Estacada Creepy Crawl receives Halloween treats.

PMG PHOTO: EMILY LINDSTRAND - Louise Stivers and Annette Reisbick are all smiles at the Spiral Gallery during the Creepy Crawl.

PMG PHOTO: EMILY LINDSTRAND - Trick or treaters walk down Broadway Street during the Estacada Creepy Crawl.

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