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Halloween Visitors Roam Campus

October 31, 2011

In what has become a tradition for Lasell, toddlers and preschoolers from the Holway Child Study Centers roamed campus on Halloween, visiting offices and collecting candy.

Dressed as ladybugs, lions, and super heroes, the little trick-or-treaters paraded across campus ultimately ending their trip at the President's Office.

President Michael B. Alexander greeted the group with a story "The Hallo Wiener" by Dav Pilkey and a basket of sweet, from which the children each chose their favorite.

 

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