Acclaimed Photography offers free Halloween photos

Halloween is near, and to add a bit of treat to the tricks of this holiday, Acclaimed Photography is offering free professional Halloween photos.

  • Wednesday, October 29, 2008 3:36pm
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Halloween is near, and to add a bit of treat to the tricks of this holiday, Acclaimed Photography is offering free professional Halloween photos.

Come in costume to the Acclaimed Photography studio in Bothell from 3-8 p.m. Oct. 31 to have your picture taken in a harvest-themed backdrop. No appointment necessary.

Acclaimed Photography is located at 22625 Ninth Ave. S.E.

For information, call (206) 228-2242 or e-mail acclaimedphoto@hotmail.com.

Teacher organizes

UNICEF Halloween

Lockwood Elementary PACE teacher Marte Peet is organizing Trick or Treat for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) for the fifth year. Students take little orange boxes on their Halloween excursions, collect money and turn it in to UNICEF. The project is part of PACE’S community service.

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