A Halloween for the books

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN FREE PRESS PHOTOS BY LAURA CAMPBELL
TOP: Jonathan “Construction Worker” Spacek, Westin “Cowboy Clown” McFall (both pictured at far right) and other youngsters ages 3 to 6 listen intently Saturday morning as head librarian Janet “Dorothy” Marler reads them a story during one of two Halloween parties at the Marion Public Library. BOTTOM: McFall glances across the table at another kid while working on his coloring page during the morning’s craft time. The kids also ate a snack and played some games.

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