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October 31, 2007

Albany - - Halloween isn't just for kids. Volunteers brought trick-or-treating to some senior citizens Wednesday.

Lawyers with the Dougherty County Bar Association got dressed up and brought their children to interact with residents at Morningside Assisted Living Center.

They brought goodies and left a special treat in the seniors' bags.

"It is so sweet and you all have a five dollar bill in each of our sacks and now we are all rich. Do you know that?" resident Marguerite Corr asks the children.

The children showed off their costumes to the residents. The lawyers say this is the first time they've done this, but they hope to do it again next year.

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