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Nonotuck Community School children trick-or-treat at VA

  • Michael Hukowicz, center, and Cathy Walmsley, second from right, wave to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School during their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Michael Hukowicz, center, and Cathy Walmsley, second from right, wave to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School during their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.
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  • Anne Murray, left, with the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds, enlists children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School in fighting the spread of germs by having them wash their hands before trick-or-treating at the center Wednesday morning. From left, are Jasper Haines, Olive Little, Reed O'Connor and Clare Kurtzman.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Anne Murray, left, with the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds, enlists children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School in fighting the spread of germs by having them wash their hands before trick-or-treating at the center Wednesday morning. From left, are Jasper Haines, Olive Little, Reed O'Connor and Clare Kurtzman.
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  • Gerard Peters, a volunteer veteran at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds, offers treats to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School on their visit to the center Wednesday morning. Clockwise, from lower right, are Izobel Rea, Marissa Bucs, Amelia Durbin, Olive Little and Jasper Haines.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Gerard Peters, a volunteer veteran at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds, offers treats to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School on their visit to the center Wednesday morning. Clockwise, from lower right, are Izobel Rea, Marissa Bucs, Amelia Durbin, Olive Little and Jasper Haines.
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  • Nathan Labay, right, of Montgomery, makes a "scary" face as he and children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School, including Amelia Durbin, top left, and Kihoe Kim, foreground, took turns trying to scare each other on a trick-or-treating visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning. Seated next to Labay is David Lovett of Northampton.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Nathan Labay, right, of Montgomery, makes a "scary" face as he and children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School, including Amelia Durbin, top left, and Kihoe Kim, foreground, took turns trying to scare each other on a trick-or-treating visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning. Seated next to Labay is David Lovett of Northampton.
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  • Cathy Walmsley, center, hands out candies to the children of the Chameleon class at Nonotuck Community School who visited the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Nonotuck teacher Scott Jarvis, left, in costume, and Anne Murray, far right, were there to assist and document the occasion.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Cathy Walmsley, center, hands out candies to the children of the Chameleon class at Nonotuck Community School who visited the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Nonotuck teacher Scott Jarvis, left, in costume, and Anne Murray, far right, were there to assist and document the occasion.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Olive Little, left, Eliza Brown and Amelia Durbin of the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School visit the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Olive Little, left, Eliza Brown and Amelia Durbin of the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School visit the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Marzden Parzybok, left, and Amelia Durbin of the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School put all their candies in a single bag, held by teacher Paul Murphy, during a visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. After the visit the loot was divided twelve ways for the dozen children in the class.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Marzden Parzybok, left, and Amelia Durbin of the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School put all their candies in a single bag, held by teacher Paul Murphy, during a visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. After the visit the loot was divided twelve ways for the dozen children in the class.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Olive Little, left, Jasper Haines and the rest of their Chameleon class from Nonotuck Community School make their way to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Olive Little, left, Jasper Haines and the rest of their Chameleon class from Nonotuck Community School make their way to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Martin Falcon, right, distributes candies to children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School on their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Quinn Siang, top left, waits while classmates Xavier Nteta, left foreground, Izobel Rea and Clare Kurtzman receive their shares. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Martin Falcon, right, distributes candies to children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School on their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Quinn Siang, top left, waits while classmates Xavier Nteta, left foreground, Izobel Rea and Clare Kurtzman receive their shares.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Jim Leeds, left, gives his approval to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School after they sang a trio of songs on their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Children, from left, are Quinn Siang, Izobel Rea, Clare Kurtzman, Xavier Nteta, Reed O'Connor, Eliza Brown and Amelia Durbin.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Jim Leeds, left, gives his approval to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School after they sang a trio of songs on their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Children, from left, are Quinn Siang, Izobel Rea, Clare Kurtzman, Xavier Nteta, Reed O'Connor, Eliza Brown and Amelia Durbin.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Michael Hukowicz, center, and Cathy Walmsley, second from right, wave to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School during their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Anne Murray, left, with the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds, enlists children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School in fighting the spread of germs by having them wash their hands before trick-or-treating at the center Wednesday morning. From left, are Jasper Haines, Olive Little, Reed O'Connor and Clare Kurtzman.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Gerard Peters, a volunteer veteran at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds, offers treats to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School on their visit to the center Wednesday morning. Clockwise, from lower right, are Izobel Rea, Marissa Bucs, Amelia Durbin, Olive Little and Jasper Haines.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Nathan Labay, right, of Montgomery, makes a "scary" face as he and children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School, including Amelia Durbin, top left, and Kihoe Kim, foreground, took turns trying to scare each other on a trick-or-treating visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning. Seated next to Labay is David Lovett of Northampton.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Cathy Walmsley, center, hands out candies to the children of the Chameleon class at Nonotuck Community School who visited the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Nonotuck teacher Scott Jarvis, left, in costume, and Anne Murray, far right, were there to assist and document the occasion.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Olive Little, left, Eliza Brown and Amelia Durbin of the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School visit the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Marzden Parzybok, left, and Amelia Durbin of the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School put all their candies in a single bag, held by teacher Paul Murphy, during a visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. After the visit the loot was divided twelve ways for the dozen children in the class.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Olive Little, left, Jasper Haines and the rest of their Chameleon class from Nonotuck Community School make their way to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Martin Falcon, right, distributes candies to children from the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School on their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Quinn Siang, top left, waits while classmates Xavier Nteta, left foreground, Izobel Rea and Clare Kurtzman receive their shares. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Jim Leeds, left, gives his approval to children in the Chameleon class of Nonotuck Community School after they sang a trio of songs on their visit to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leeds on Wednesday morning to do some early trick-or-treating. Children, from left, are Quinn Siang, Izobel Rea, Clare Kurtzman, Xavier Nteta, Reed O'Connor, Eliza Brown and Amelia Durbin.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

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