THERE WERE ONLY TREATS - NO TRICKS - FOR SUE WAHLMEIER MONDAY WHEN TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS AT THE RAINBOW'S END CHILD CARE LEARNING CENTER THREW A HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA FOR THE INSTRUCTOR. WAHLMEIER, WHO ALSO CELEBRATED HER 25TH BIRTHDAY, HAS HAD CEREBRAL PALSY SINCE BIRTH AND HAS BEEN CONFINED TO A WHEELCHAIR SINCE AGE 14. MONEY FROM THE SPECIAL HALLOWEEN BENEFIT WILL BE USED TO HELP WAHLMEIER OBTAIN A SPECIALLY TRAINED DOG TO PULL HER WHEELCHAIR WHEN SHE GETS STUCK IN THE SNOW DURING THE WINTER - AS HAS FREQUENTLY HAPPENED OVER THE YEARS. THE SERVICE DOG WILL ALSO BE ABLE TO HELP HER WITH 89 OTHER TASKS, SUCH AS TURNING A LIGHT SWITCH ON OR OFF OR REACHING OBJECTS SHE CAN'T GRASP FROM HER WHEELCHAIR. THE HALLOWEEN HOWL WILL MAKE HER LONGTIME DREAM COME TRUE.