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Youth Hockey skates toward First Annual Halloween on Ice

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  Approximately 75 children from Saugus-Lynnfield Youth Hockey dressed in costume at Kasabuski Memorial Rink during their First Annual Halloween on Ice last Thursday night. The Saugus Youth Lacrosse team held the same event last Friday night at Hockey Town USA.

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Summer Street School third grader Nico, 8, and his brother, second grader Luca Mandell, 7, were dressed as baseball players.
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Children grabbed candy inside a piñata from 8U Mites Coach Jim Diozzi (in center), who was dressed as a taco.
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Belmonte STEAM second grader Maxx Clare, 7, hit the piñata.
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Shown during last Thursday night’s Halloween on Ice event at Kasabuski Memorial Rink: Veterans Early Learning Center pre-kindergartener MJ Colucciello, 4, dressed as Spider-Man (in front center), Belmonte STEAM Academy second grader Remo Colucciello, 7, dressed as a New Jersey Devils player (at right) and Veterans Early Learning Center kindergartener Livvie Colucciello, 5, dressed as a Bruins player (at left) and Belmonte STEAM Academy student Bella Colucciello, 10, dressed as a zombie hockey player; behind them is their father, Mauro Colucciello.
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Pictured from left to right: Front row: Veterans Early Learning Center kindergartener Colton Connors, 5, dressed as Spider-Man, and Belmonte STEAM Academy third grader Austen Diozzi, 8, dressed as Scream; back row: Belmonte STEAM Academy fifth grader Gavin Diozzi, 11, dressed a hockey player, Belmonte STEAM Academy third grader Cameron Connors, 8, dressed as a skeleton, and Saugus Middle School sixth grader Dalton Diozzi, 12, dressed as a hockey player.
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Shown in front of a Halloween backdrop, from left to right: Belmonte STEAM Academy second grader Anthony Mucci, 7, Our Lady of Assumption School first grader Edyn Chesna, 6, dressed as a unicorn, and Our Lady of Assumption School second grader Owen Chesna, 8, dressed as the grim reaper.
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Children grabbed candy from a piñata after it was broken.

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