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Wonder Woman Taylor Riffle, 8, and It, the Killer Clown, also known as Cody Riffle, enjoyed a boo-tiful evening at the PSC.

Trunk or Treat!

BUCKHANNON — Kids eager to get a head start on Halloween came out a night before the the haunted holiday Tuesday to the Public Safety Complex’s annual Trunk-or-Treat.

This year’s event was bigger, better and sweeter than ever, said City of Buckhannon finance and administrative director Amberle Jenkins.

“We know we had over 600 kids at least,” Jenkins, who’d dressed up as a pirate for the occasion, said.

Trick-or-treating in the city is scheduled for 6-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Halloween, and from 6-8 p.m. in the county.

My Buckhannon wishes everyone a safe, happy and slightly-spooky-but-not-too-spooky Halloween!

The Mearns family –Robert, Julie, Spencer and Violet — came for the candy and the music.
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Ali Fassett, 13, dressed up as the grim reaper, while Teresa Fassett, 17, came as the Mad Hatter.
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Sara, Justin and Henry Gaither had fun monkeying around at trunk-or-treat.
Caleb Haggerty, 9; Brian Fassett, 12; and Aiden Fassett, 10 were happy to pose for a picture while waiting in the long lines that spilled out onto Florida Street.
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CIty employees even joined in on the fun. Pictured, from left, are Billie Davidson as Moulan, Barb Hinkle as “oh no” Eeyore, Amby Jenkins as a pirate and Kathy Holt as Darla from “Finding Nemo.”

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