November 1, 2014
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Father David Parsch gives candy to Marnie and Anastasia Barrett, 7 and 13, of Sterling.
Trunk-or-treats in Standish and Au Gres drew big crowds Oct. 31, despite the cold, rainy weather
Tim Barnum/Arenac County Independent
Students return to the school, marching down Cedar Street in Standish.
Students donned their Halloween costumes and paraded through the hallways of Sterling Elementary and streets of Standish Friday, Oct. 31.
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