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Halloween cupcakes are getting more special this year.

The first cupcake delivery service to be added to Georgetown’s cupcake aisle was announced last month and is set to take over from the old Georgetown Cupcake Shop, which closed in 2016.

The service will also provide cupcakes at Georgetown’s First Lady’s Cupcake Party.

The cupcake vendors will offer “a new look, a new flavor and a new way to celebrate the holiday,” said Samantha Knepper, a Georgetown Cupcake Vendor.

“It’s really the first time a cupcake vendor will be able to provide cupcake-delivery service at Georgetown.”

Cupcake vendors are allowed to provide their cupcakes to the First Lady on her birthday, or to anyone else who requests them for their own birthday.

The vendors are expected to deliver all of the cupcakes in their cupcake cart, including the top layer and the bottom layer.

The cakes will be individually wrapped and then placed in a cardboard box.

They will be delivered to the first lady’s home.

“We’re excited about it,” Kneppersaid.

“I feel like it’s going to be a new era of celebration for Georgetown.”

The Georgetown Cupcakes will be at Georgetown on the Georgetown campus from Nov. 25 through Dec. 11.

There will be special offerings for Georgetown students.

Georgetown’s first lady will be the featured guest at the event, which will be held on the campus of Georgetown University, and will be presented with a cupcakes basket by the Georgetown CupCake Vendor.

Kneppers said Georgetown Cupcakes will also be available to students for free.

The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce has also released a video about Georgetown Cup Cakes.

The Washington, D.C.-based Chamber has hosted a cupcakery delivery service for Georgetown for nearly five years.

The company’s owner, Jennifer S. Kieffer, said she hopes to bring the Georgetown cupcake service to other cities, including Philadelphia and Chicago.

“Our goal is to offer Georgetown the opportunity to celebrate Halloween with a fresh cupcake experience, while providing our Georgetown community with a fun and exciting cupcake option for our students, faculty and staff,” she said in a statement.

The new service will allow the Georgetown Chamber to expand its offerings to more than 200 restaurants and bars across the country.

The Georgetown Cup Cake Vendor will have an option for students to order from the vending machine.

The chamber said it plans to open a second Georgetown Cup Cupcake vendor to provide service at its upcoming Halloween party.