On Thursday, October 31, toddlers from around Fernie gathered at Rocky Mountain Village, where they were greeted by an alleyway of joyous seniors. Photos by Phil McLachlan/The Free Press

Gallery: Youth meet seniors in Halloween Alley celebration

On Thursday, October 31, toddlers from around Fernie gathered at Rocky Mountain Village, where they were greeted by an alleyway of joyous seniors. Over 9000 pieces of candy were handed out by 50 residents, 20 of which were in assisted care, and 30 of which were in full care.

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Cameron Hatch.

Emma Swansborough.

Georgie and Korbin Roberts.

(Left) Kim and Ember Drake, (middle) Veya Potzold and (right) Cameron Hatch.

Olivia Bloor.

Veya Potzold.

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