Please bring your little goblins to the Neighborhood Association’s TRUNK OR TREAT (our version of socially distanced trick or treating) on Halloween Night, October 31, 2020 a/k/a the scariest night of the year. We’re going to do this from 4:30 to 7:00, in my front yard (1302 South Galveston Ave. — the corner lot). The first hour will emphasize passing out candy to kids. After that, the emphasis will be stealing candy back from kids. Please bring masks and lawn chairs and adult beverages if you wish (the adult beverages are not for the kids).

For this new event, we’re going to pass out candy to all kids, including big kids — after all, we’re all kids, right? It may just be that adult kids get the good stuff: dark chocolate, M&M’s, Butterfingers, Reese’s… you get my drift. The young kids, well, that sort of depends.

If you want to just walk or drive by and have candy thrown at you from a distance, that’s fine. If you want to set up your lawn chair in the front yard, even better, but we’re going to stay outside. Dress warmly if need be. We ask that you remember to bring your lawn chair and your mask. We’ll have the sanitizing gel and spray. We want to see you, but no one wants to get sick. Getting COVID on Halloween would have to be bad karma.

If you have any interest in helping, feel free to call me at 918-845-0637 or email at Sitting around eating chocolate is pretty low impact volunteer work, so no one should be intimidated.

Rick Eagleton, President.

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