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Hunting for treats
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Eastminster students make their way to the Whistlepost. - photo by Photo by Robert Porter

Trick or treat! Students from several schools, preschools and daycares were treated to a "treasure hunt" among Olde Town businesses Friday morning. Because the students from Pine Street Elementary were unable to participate because the students were evacuated to other schools for the morning as a precaution while a truck was decontaminated for methamphetamine ingredients, Main Street Conyers employees and volunteers brought the candy to the students at Pine Street Elementary.

Adults (left to right): William Emofonmwan, Volunteer for Conyers Main Street Program; Christina Coppock, Conyers Main Street Program; Melissa Anderson, Pine Street Elementary School Lead Kindergarten Teacher; Katrina Wilson, PSE Counselor; "Bert." Children (left to right): Prince Thomas, 5; Colleta Kiswii, 5; Trynda Little, 5; Rachel Hall, 5; Samaya Ferguson, 5; Elijah Robinson, 5; Gracie Kirkland, 5; Jasmine Deiter, 5.

Eastminster students make their way to the Whistlepost.