Children enjoy Trunk or Treats in area

Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Jayde Libertus, 5, of Cassville, was a good witch this Halloween and got a goodie bag from the Seligman Police Chief Matt Phillips on Saturday. Jordan Troutman/jtroutman@cassville-democrat.com

Jayde Libertus, 5, of Cassville, was a good witch this Halloween and got a goodie bag from the Seligman Police Chief Matt Phillips on Saturday.

Aurelaia Anderson, 5, of Seligman filled up her candy bags on Saturday in Seligman with goodies from Mozark Church members Kenny and Bobbi Vanzandt. Jordan Troutman/jtroutman@cassville-democrat.com
At the Seligman City Hall Trunk or Treat event on Saturday, businesses and residents came together to add some Halloween fun for the children to enjoy. Knox Myers, 7, and Briggs Myers, 5, got goodies from resident Casey Henson. Jordan Troutman/jtroutman@cassville-democrat.com
On Halloween night in Washburn, the Washburn First Baptist Church hosted its annual festivities outside. Onnabelle Rusher, 2, of Seligman was just as sweet as the candy she got from church member, Haily Erwin, on Saturday. Jordan Troutman/jtroutman@cassville-democrat.com
Paityn, 4, and Makiya Reed, 5, of Seligman, dressed up and got sweets from Jeannie Crim for Halloween at the Washburn First Baptist Church Trunk or Treat event on Saturday. Jordan Troutman/jtroutman@cassville-democrat.com
Harper Ramos, 11, of Washburn, tested out the sensory table and got a handful of eyeballs on Saturday at the trunk or treat event at the Washburn First Baptist Church. Jordan Troutman/jtroutman@cassville-democrat.com
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