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Bay View Community Center Halloween party

Canarise community center dispenses candy — and terror!

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What a cutey: We’re not sure what costume Shaniria Ellison, 6, wore to the Halloween party, but it sure is adorable!
It’s ok, Captain America’s here: Messiah Rashad, 6, kept the peace as the patriotic avenger.
He’s got the teeth for it: Canarsie vampire Daniel Acevedo, 7, came ready to party.
Kameron Charles, 22 months, came to the Bay View Community Center’s haunted house as a pretty princess.
The Super Mario Bros: (From left) Five-year-old brothers Damir and Daveon took a break from plumbing and fighting dinosaurs to check out the haunted house.

In a terrifying display of community service, the kindly ghouls and gals at Millenium Development retrofitted the Bay View Community Center into a horrifying haunted house on Oct. 27 — much to the delight of local tots.

Just in time to beat the storm, kids came out from Canarsie and beyond dressed in a fantastic variety of zombies, vampires, heroes, and princesses.

If the haunted house wasn’t terrifying enough, then the blood-curdling cotton candy machine ensured that every kid had a happy Halloween.

Reach reporter Colin MIxson at or by calling (718) 260-4514.

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