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News Photo: Street of Screams

Hunter Cloke, 9, of Longview was feeling devilish as he shuffled through the Street of Screams at the Cowlitz County Expo Center in the midst of a procession of princesses, goblins, soldiers and werewolves, all walking from candy window to candy window.

Hunter Cloke, 9, of Longview was feeling devilish as he shuffled through the Street of Screams at the Cowlitz County Expo Center in the midst of a procession of princesses, goblins, soldiers and werewolves, all walking from candy window to candy window.

Or, for those who are younger, cradled in parents' and grandparents' comforting arms.

It's the 12th year the Pioneer Lions and other co-sponsors — including Fibre Federal Credit Union this year — have turned the large exhibit room into a dark, winding pathway of spider webs and glowing pumpkins.

The admission charge of money or canned food donations all go to help support CAP.

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The Daily News, Longview, Wash.

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