(WASHINGTON) -- President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted trick-or-treaters from 39 schools in Washington, Virginia and Maryland on Friday night, handing out candy, healthy snacks and other goodies.
The president, who was not in costume, saluted one boy dressed as a Navy sailor, while Halloween-themed music played in the background, including Michael Jackson's "Thriller," "The Monster Mash" and the theme song from The Addams Family, among others. The trick-or-treaters walked across the South Drive to the South Portico of the White House.
Volunteers carved 200 pumpkins for the event.
The first family handed out an assortment of treats, including a box of White House Hershey kisses, a bag of black licorice and orange tangerine jelly beans, a White House sweet dough butter cookie, an apple, kettle corn, baseball cards featuring first dogs Bo and Sunny, and an assortment of other candies.
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