Halloween happiness and happenings

HillsboroTrickorTreat3348cmyk

Hillsboro trick-or-Treat main Street

HillsboroTrickorTreat3348cmyk

Dakoda Ogle, dressed as a horse, and his vampire sister, Amberley, visited downtown businesses in Hillsboro Monday as part of the annual Trick or Treat Main Street. Accompanying them was their grandmother, Bonnie Mendoza, as the ?scary clown? in front of LaCabana?s offered candy. Hundreds of children dressed as pumpkins, ghosts and other ghoulish characters thanked merchants for staying open and giving out candy.

 

Marion sidewalks filled with Trick-or-Treaters, too

MarionTrickorTreat3323

The sidewalks in downtown Marion were filled with happy Trick-or-Treaters visiting businesses on Main Street and over the hill Oct. 31. Following the special treat offered by local businesses, the Marion Police Department held its annual ?Night of the Rhino? event with hot dogs and refreshments available to everyone. The event also gave police and the public a chance to visit and think about ways everyone can help by working together to fight crime.

 

Even senior centers took their turn at Halloween fun

HillsboroSeniorHalloween MarionSeniorHalloweencmyk

Halloween wasn?t just for kids?senior centers in Hillsboro and Marion got involved, too. TOP LEFT: Brenda Moss (left), director of Hillsboro?s center, said she was ?the good witch? during their Halloween activities Oct 31. With Moss is Ruth Ann Penner, a volunteer who couldn?t seem to quit ?clowning around.? TOP RIGHT: It was a bad day for Marion Senior Center?s head cook Theresa Graham, who had trouble thinking about lunch with a knife stuck in her head on Halloween.

More from Hillsboro Free Press
Florence hires new police chief
The city of Florence has a new chief of police who said...
Read More