There weren’t any ghosts or goblins, but there were a few scary faces to be seen Thursday.There was also a Hannah Montana, and a pink crayon.It was a parade of costumes as youngsters from the Hill Top kindergarten made their way to the Sylvia Ross Home in Bangor.They shared stories with the residents and gave them gifts. Administrator Marcia Young says the annual tradition is always a lot of fun for the residents, where the average age is ninety-two.”If you watch the interaction between the elderly and the children, it’s is magical. It is wonderful. They have a connection that young people like us don’t have. They have a connection and it is there and they have fun,” Young says.Kids from the school have been making the trip down the street every year around Halloween for more than two decades. One of the highlights is always the donut-eating contest.