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Pleasanton boys create haunted house for charity

Raise $500 for Sunflower Hill

Pleasanton students Ryan Berry, a fifth grader at Lydiksen Elementary School, and Jack Berry a fourth grader and Evan Berry, a second grader, both at Vintage Hills Elementary, created a neighborhood Halloween Haunted House last Sunday to raise money for charity.

The house features swirling ghosts, screaming witches and lots of skeletons.

More than $500 was raised for Sunflower Hill, a Tri-Valley nonprofit organization creating a residential community for individuals with autism and other developmental delays.

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