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Ghoul's and Ghost's Club

The Lake Country Boys and Girls Club was transformed into a haunted house last weekend to celebrate Halloween. The evening was organized by Laura Simpson assisted by a group of students from George Elliot Secondary. Approximately 70 kids came down with their parents for the good times and hot chocolate. - Photo contributed
The Lake Country Boys and Girls Club was transformed into a haunted house last weekend to celebrate Halloween. The evening was organized by Laura Simpson assisted by a group of students from George Elliot Secondary. Approximately 70 kids came down with their parents for the good times and hot chocolate.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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