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Toddlers escorted by staff, parents, and grandparents march on their costume parade around the Meriden YMCA's Infant and Toddlers Center in South Meriden for Halloween, Oct. 31, 2013. All the kids had the oppotunity to dress up and show off their Halloween costumes. | Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal
Courtney Kummer, director of the Meriden YMCA's Infant & Toddler Center, dressed as a good witch, holds a toddle before the start of their costume parade to celebrate Halloween at the center in South Meriden, Oct. 31, 2013. | Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal Toddlers escorted by staff, parents, and grandparents march on their costume parade around the Meriden YMCA's Infant and Toddlers Center in South Meriden for Halloween, Oct. 31, 2013. All the kids had the oppotunity to dress up and show off their Halloween costumes. | Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal

Toddlers put their costumes on display at South Meriden YMCA




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