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HALLOWEEN TREAT FOR INNER CITY KIDS

  

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By Black Radio Network Staff

            NEW YORK - New York City's Mayor Bill De Blasio and his wife Chirlane McCray today opened their official residence Gracie Mansion to an invited group of inner city kids and their parents to celebrate Halloween a few days early.

           Both the Mayor and his wife were dressed in medieval costumes and the kids were dressed in a variety of get-ups.

           This was a rare opportunity for these kids to see and be in the residence of the city's first couple.


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