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Halloween horrors and laughs at Town Center

ALL WASHED UP — Jake Hornold, 11, celebrates winning a prize for his most creative washing machine costume at the El Dorado Hills Town Center Halloween festivities in El Dorado Hills Town Center Celebration on Saturday. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene
ALL WASHED UP — Jake Hornold, 11, celebrates winning a prize for his most creative washing machine costume at the El Dorado Hills Town Center Halloween festivities in El Dorado Hills Town Center Celebration on Saturday. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

Halloween enthusiasts young and old, four-legged and bipedal flocked to El Dorado Hills Town Center Saturday to show off their costume creations.

The celebration included contests, games and tick-or-treating.

ALL WASHED UP — Jake Hornold, 11, celebrates winning a prize for his most creative washing machine costume at the El Dorado Hills Town Center Halloween celebration on Saturday. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

BUDDIES —€” Bob's Big Boy Bill Southard, 50, of El Dorado Hills and his 2-year old-Pugle (a cross between a pug and a beagle) Enzo, above, show off their matching checkered outfits at El Dorado Hills Town Center's Halloween event Saturday. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene.

You cant' see it but James Duran, 11, of El Dorado Hills is all smiles after winning the "Scariest Costume" award at the Halloween event. His "Headless Horseman" outfit sent shivers up the judges' spines. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

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