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She's ready for Halloween

 

It was difficult to choose among hundreds of pumpkins at the Fairground pumpkin patch, but Hailey Morec, 8, a student at Walnut Grove Elementary School, chose this nicely-shaped pumpkin to carve and be the jack-o'-lantern in front of her home in the Birdland community Halloween night.

Hailey, the daughter of Carolyn and Al Morec, had help in making the choice from her grandmother, Kathleen Butler, who took her to the Fairgrounds patch.

Although there are no official hours for Trick or Treating tonight, the Pleasanton Police Department recommends 6-8 p.m. as the prime time with 9 p.m. the cut-off time.

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