Soldiers, civilians and families prepared for Trick-or-Treat tonight by celebrating Halloween at several community events within the past several days.
Community members attended the Fall Festival Fun Night, Religious Service Office’s Trunk-or-Treat and the Bruce C. Clarke Library’s Halloween Story Walk.
At the 25th Annual Fall Festival Fun Night, attendees enjoyed face painting, a bean bag toss, a bounce house, a costume contest and other games at the Dru Pippin Youth Center.
The Religious Service Office estimated that nearly 1,000 people had attended its Trunk-or-Treat Sunday.
Costume-clad young ones and their parents took to the first floor of the library for the annual Halloween Story Walk Wednesday.
Inside the library, patrons trick-or-treated, listened to the 399th Army Band perform and voted in costume and pumpkin decoration contests.
Trick-or-Treat is tonight from 6 to 9 p.m.
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