There were people working in costume all around Truro and area on Halloween. Here are a few of them.
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Staff at The Body Shop had lots of Halloween spirit. Dressed up for the day were, from left, Rebekah Fielding, Kayla Wynn, Katelyn Slauenwhite and Bailey Wright. LYNN CURWIN/TRURO NEWS
Several people from the Farm Credit offices were working in costume on Halloween. Pictured are, from left, Emily Simms, Ivy Manicom, Peter Nelson, Sue Stone and Holly Fisher.
Danny Nolan and Rayelle Canam, of Pearle Vision, wore eye-catching outfits for Halloween.
Working in costume at the Tim Hortons on Willow Street were, from left, Elaine Jack, Shirley Freitag and Darlene Shaw.
Staff at the Truro library dressed as literary character for Halloween. Pictured are, from left, Lesley Brann, Cathie Landsburg, Karen Smith, Lori MacWha, Tiffany Bartlett, Sarah Wood, Megan Cameron, Laura Miedema, and Shawn Boomer.
Truro library staff members, from left, Tanya Chernyavska, Janet McLellan and Angela Headon were ready to entertain people with their costumes on Halloween.
Pat Thorsen, dressed as Strega Nona, worked at an information desk at the Truro library on Halloween.
TRURO, N.S. —