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Marcus Larson/News-Register##Twin brothers Everett and Easton Edgerly, dressed as dinosaurs, receive candy from Twist employee Hanna Dobash as they trick or treat on Third Street during the McMinnville Downtown Association’s Safe and Sane Halloween on Monday.
Marcus Larson/News-Register##Twin brothers Everett and Easton Edgerly, dressed as dinosaurs, receive candy from Twist employee Hanna Dobash as they trick or treat on Third Street during the McMinnville Downtown Association’s Safe and Sane Halloween on Monday.
Marcus Larson/News-Register##From left, Yenifer Marin, Lisbeth Marin, and Makayla Anderson carve pumpkins at the McMenamins Hotel Oregon booth during Third Street trick-or-treating.
Marcus Larson/News-Register##From left, Yenifer Marin, Lisbeth Marin, and Makayla Anderson carve pumpkins at the McMenamins Hotel Oregon booth during Third Street trick-or-treating.
Marcus Larson/News-Register##One-year-old Atticus Mills, dressed as a lion, is offered the choice of eyeball sucker or Snickers bar.
Marcus Larson/News-Register##One-year-old Atticus Mills, dressed as a lion, is offered the choice of eyeball sucker or Snickers bar.
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Photo Gallery: MDA's Safe and Sane Halloween

Thousands of Ninja Turtles, Minions, dinosaurs and countless other characters walked the sidewalks of downtown McMinnville Monday while generous businesses handed out candy to all the trick-or-treaters. Here's just a few of the scenes captured during the downtown associations popular Safe and Sane Halloween event.

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