Halloween 2015 003From Pocahontas to Divas, from Thor to FarmersOnly.com, we had it all covered at our annual Halloween festivities.  A good time was had by all.

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If you are wondering who won “Best Costume” this year, it was Darth Vader. Congratulations Darth!  May the force be with you.

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