Trick-or-treaters hustle for candy

Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Barry County trick-or-treaters loaded up on candy at Seligman's trunk-or-treat event Saturday at the community center. Children were greeted by a city police officer, who handed them a goody bag full of candy and safety information, then entered into a spook-house scene inside the community center to collect candy. Rayden Blackburn, front, of Seligman, who dressed up like Beetlejuice, was one of many children who attended. Seligman Police Chief Terry Burgess helped organize the event, which gave children a fun and safe alternative to get candy before heading off to other trick-or-treating adventures, and area businesses donated candy and their time, some closing shop for the afternoon to help. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Barry County trick-or-treaters loaded up on candy at Seligman's trunk-or-treat event Saturday at the community center.

A Cassville resident goes all out, decorating their house for the Halloween holiday, to include a walk-through spook-house with life-sized, scary monsters. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Halloween was a perfect night for trick-or-treaters, who traipsed all over Barry County asking for treats. Pictured, from left, are Kaelyn Pogue, 6, Landon Lyles, 5, Rhew Brock, 11, and Ivan Perez, 10, all of Cassville, who visited Seligman's trunk-or-treat event Saturday afternoon. Rain was forecasted, but the evening turned out just right for trick-or-treating. Photog's Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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