Photos: Trunk Or Treaters Enjoy The Night

November 1, 2019

Several churches and community organizations held Trunk or Treat events Thursday night to provide a safe alternative for children.

Instead of going door to door in a neighborhood, children go car to car or tent to collect their candy.

“The turnout has been great, and the kids are having a great time,” Century Chamber of Commerce President Mary Bourgeois said during the chamber’s event at Showalter Park. It was the first time the chamber held a trunk or treat with several community groups and businesses taking part. Volunteers from Century Station of Escambia Fire Rescue were also on hand with a special witch’s brew, and a few brave souls took the plunge in a dunking booth despite cold windy conditions.

At Highland Baptist Church in Molino, children also enjoyed trunk or treating, receiving candy in family friendly environment.

For a photo gallery from the Century Chamber event, click here.

For a photo gallery from the Highland Baptist event in Molino, click here.

NorthEscambia.com and courtesy photos, click to enlarge.

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