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PHOTOS: Rifle Halloween trunk or treat parade

Kids wait in line with anticipation before the start of the Halloween Parade in Rifle on Friday morning.
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A spooky skeleton stands on top of a rock before the start of the Halloween Parade in Rifle on Friday morning.
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Kids and parents make their way down the trunk or treat Halloween Parade in downtown Rifle on Friday morning.
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A young Dorothy makes her way through downtown Rifle with her dog Toto during the Halloween Parade on Friday morning.
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A girl makes her way through the trunk or treat portion of the Halloween Parade in Rifle on Friday morning.
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Kids are greeted by Spongebob and Elmo in downtown Rifle during the Halloween Parade on Friday morning.
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Kids and parents make their way through downtown Rifle during the Halloween Parade on Friday morning.
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A dinosaur and transformer make their way down Third Street in downtown Rifle for Friday morning’s Halloween Parade.
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Two girls hang out with the Mark Twain statue outside of the Rifle Garfield County Library before the start of the Halloween Parade on Friday morning.
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Kids and parents make their way through downtown Rifle during the Halloween Parade on Friday morning.
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Pikachu tries to keep up with the rest of the pack during Friday morning's Halloween Parade in downtown Rifle.
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A downtown Rifle merchant hands out candy during Friday morning's Halloween Parade.
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A child dressed as Chuckie passes through the trunk or treat portion of the Halloween Parade in downtown Rifle on Friday morning.
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Visual Journalist Chelsea Self can be reached at 970-384-9108 or cself@postindependent.com


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