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Share Photos: Halloween Goes On Despite Hurricane Sandy

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Despite Halloween being cancelled in Somers and Yorktown police discouraging parents from going out in the streets to trick or treat, local children still got a chance to dress up.

Halloween was still on Wednesday night, even though many neighborhoods were in the dark. 

Patch readers wrote on our Yorktown-Somers Patch Facebook page that there were trunk and treat events going on in Yorktown – one at Club Fit and another one at Kmart's parking lots. 

"The children were able to enjoy their Halloween and stay safe from the debris and dangling wires," Allison Elaine wrote. "A special thanks to Club Fit that were accommodating and allowed the event to take place in their parking lot."

Robyn Berger Ulbrich said she attended the one at the Kmart parking lot.

"The kids had a great time, saw their friends and got to trick or treat safely," she wrote. 

Click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button above to upload your Halloween pictures. 

Remember Patch is still having a contest costume you can submit your photos to and enter to win $5,000. So if you put on your costumes at home today, snap photos and share them on Patch. Details here.

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Rarity November 02, 2012 at 02:49 AM
Kids were trick or treating at the Cortlandt Town Center.
Maire Brosnan Katavolos November 02, 2012 at 03:35 PM
The Community YMCA had its 16th Annual Halloween Parade in Somers on Sunday October 28th. Great time for everyone - Great pictures on the Somers daily voice website.
Plamena Pesheva (Editor) November 02, 2012 at 03:44 PM
Maire, you should definitely upload your photos on Patch! Just click on the green button above "Upload Photos and Videos" or email me at plamena@patch.com. Thanks!

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