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October 31, 2003

Kids are not the only ones who get to enjoy Halloween. Lots of adults dressed in costumes at their jobs.

The Doctors and employees at Orthopaedic Associates Spine and Brain Center went all out for their annual Halloween Costume Contest. For the sixth year in a row, the twenty-five employees wear fun and imaginative outfits to work. But they are serious about it, because the best costume gets a day off. Their patients vote to decide the winner.

Office administrator Cheryl Boyles said "It's just a good morale booster for the Doctors, patients, and the employees."

Neurosurgeon Dr. Harry Weiser got in the spirit, with an outstanding Elvis costume. He said his patients enjoy it. "Well they love it, being examined by the King. Brain surgeon? King Brain Surgeon."

Halloween is not just for children. People of all ages still enjoy dressing up for the big day.

posted at 3:28 PM by jimw@walb.com

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