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Library hosts spooky Halloween party

by | Nov 5, 2015 | Life & Style

Mabella Nassar dressed as a witch and her friend Mikayla Dorsey dressed as a bride for the Sachse Public Library Halloween party Oct. 27.

Mabella Nassar dressed as a witch and her friend Mikayla Dorsey dressed as a bride for the Sachse Public Library Halloween party Oct. 27.

About 250 little ghosts and goblins came to the annual Halloween Fest Oct. 27 at the Sachse Public Library.

“The children and even some of their parents really outdid themselves with costumes this year,” Library Manager Mignon Morse said. “Even some babies and their moms were in costumes. Just so cute.”

The two hour extravaganza brought out the best of the best. Every one of the library staff dresses in costumes and were stationed throughout the building to hand out lots of treats.

By Patty Montagno • Staff Writer • [email protected]

For the complete story see the Nov. 5 edition of The Sachse News or click on the e-edition.

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