At the White House, Treats for All

The Obamas celebrated their first Halloween in the White House by inviting students and military families over for the holiday.

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More than 2,000 trick-or-treaters helped the Obamas celebrate their first Halloween at the White House Saturday night.
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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama passed out cellophane goody bags that were also filled with a sweet dough butter cookie made by White House pastry chef Bill Yosses.
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The kids came in with their parents from Maryland, Virginia and DC for Halloween at the White House.
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Mrs. Obama wore furry cat ears and a leopard-patterned top. The President said the kids looked adorable and that his wife made "a very nice looking Catwoman.''
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An odd cast of figures wondered around the North Lawn, including skeletons playing musical instruments, walking trees and "Star Wars'' characters. The President, meanwhile, kept to casual wear for the occasion.
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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hand out sweets to trick-or-treaters at the White House during Halloween.
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OK, everyone. Don't worry. We still have candy. Michelle is keeping a close cat-eye on it.
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See, a whole basket of treats for all of you!
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First Lady Michelle Obama greets a trick-or-treater with a big smile.
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Is that the ghost of President George Washington haunting the halls of the White House?
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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama greet a little vampire during the Halloween celebration at the White House.
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The President listens intently to the trick-or-treaters that joined him for his first Halloween in the White House.
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Press Secretary Robert Gibbs dressed as Dick Cheney, err ... Darth Vader.
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