Youth of El Dorado: Trick or treater and teen driver safety for Halloween night

By From page B2 | October 09, 2013

It’s already October! The leaves are changing color, the air is crisp, and the familiar smell of pumpkin pie is beginning to permeate our kitchens. The most exciting part of October is the jack-o-lanterns, costumes, trick or treating, and all things spooky. Nothing is more exciting than dressing up as a goblin, ghoul, your favorite superhero or an Office character while traveling from house to house chanting catchy phrases and receiving sugary sweets.

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