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W.C. Halloween and Fall Fest Events Held

G’FIELD SPOOKS – The City of Greenfield hosted its annual Trunk or Treat down Front Street on Halloween for residents. The city saw 617 kids and around 2,000 people in total attending. There were 37 trunks to choose from this year from different churches, businesses, and individuals. Photo by Callie Croom.

DRESSED UP – Families dressed up for Halloween in Sharon and were encouraged to come out to the Sharon Volunteer Fire Department for candy, food, and spooky fun. Photo Courtesy of the Sharon VFD.

GREAT PUMPKIN PARADE – Hundreds of little spooks and their parents turned out to do some trick-or-treating during the Great Pumpkin Parade Oct. 31 in downtown Martin. Photo by Ron Park.

CANDY FOR SPIDERMAN – Dresden Alderman Sandra Klutts’ spooky alter ego gives some candy to spiderman (otherwise known at Alex Dyer, 4, of Martin) during the Dresden Business Association’s third annual Trunk or Treat celebration Oct. 31 in downtown Dresden. See page 10 for more photos from Halloween events and other seasonal festivities around the county. Photo by Ron Park.

LINED UP FOR CANDY – Children line up to get a few sweet treats from Patricia Harrison in front of CRS CPAs in downtown Martin during the Oct. 31 Great Pumpkin Parade. Photo by Ron Park.

GRABBING A TREAT – Three-year-old Lane Vargas grab’s a treat from Mike Vernon’s stash during Trunk or Treat festivities Oct. 31 in downtown Dresden. Photo by Ron Park.

THREE WITCHES – (From left) Tymber Ferrell, Charley Harris, and Taelyn Trevathan, all 9 from Dresden, are decked out as the three witchy sisters from the movie, Hocus Pocus, during Dresden’s Trunk or Treat event on Oct. 31. Photo by Ron Park.

TOY STORY FAMILY – Travis and Avry Platt and their one-year-old son, Leium, went to Dresden’s Oct. 31 Trunk or Treat event as Woody, Jessie, and a somewhat grumpy Buzz Lightyear from the movie, Toy Story. Photo by Ron Park.

COOKING OUT – Members of the Sharon Police Department and Sharon Volunteer Fire Department cooked food for families who visited the fire department on Halloween. Photo Courtesy of the Sharon VFD.

TRICK-OR-TREATING – Sharon families trick-or-treated around Sharon homes and businesses during Halloween festivities on Monday. Photo courtesy of the Sharon VFD.

TRUNK OR TREAT – Gleason celebrated Halloween on Saturday with a Trunk or Treat event, hosted in the Fire Department, where families could walk around different themed booths for sweets and treats. Even many parents dressed for the occasion. Photo by Chief Brian Legons.

GROOVY VIBES – Of the many themed booths at Gleason’s Trunk or Treat event on Saturday was a hippies table that offered candy and groovy vibes. Photo by Chief Brian Legons.

INDOOR FISHING – Annabelle Morgan, 7, tries a little indoor fishing as Shelbie Crum makes sure she gets a treat on her hook during Family Fun Night Oct. 27 at MES. Photo by Ron Park.

HOOK TOSS – Martin Elementary School 5th grader Quentin Neville tries his hand at the Hook Toss as 5th grade teacher Carrie Stringer supervises during Family Fun Night at MES on Oct. 27. Photo by Ron Park.

FACE ART – Martin Elementary School 5th grader Olivia Cope gets her face painted by Peyton Wallace during Family Fun Night Oct. 27 at MES. Photo by Ron Park.Ha

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