Trick-or-treaters pose in front of the haunted house backdrop at the Fiesta Resort & Spa Saipan last Saturday. (Mark Rabago)
Young and old line up at the Joeten Kiyu Public Library’s Trunk or Treat. (Jon Perez)
The line snaked all the way near the stoplight along Beach Road. (Jon Perez)
Trick or Treaters await their turn to enter the Haunted Room. (Jon Perez)
A princess and two super heroes join a group of pirates. (Jon Perez)
A family of Trick or Treaters join Animu, left, and a Creepy Clown at the Mayor’s Office. (Jon Perez)
Marianas Medical Center’s employees stand ready to “treat” (not trick) their patients last Saturday for Halloween visits. From left: Nurse Len Angello holds the pirate scalpel for Dr. Tiffany Willis (who competed for “Best Costume” with a doctor’s outfit), Valerie Lacsina, Mary Deala, and Mary Beth Gavan.(Contributed Photo)
Saipan Mayor’s Office dog control program’s Spencer Marchadesch and family pose for a photo. Marchadesch’s daughter, Ella, hands down wins the cutest Halloween costume with this ode to 1980s top toy Cabbage Patch Kids. (Mark Rabago)
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