October 31st , 2012 9:43 am 1 Comment

Despite chill, it’s trick-or-treat time

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Trick-or-treat! That will be the call of the ghosts, goblins and other scary creatures as they make their rounds collecting goodies this Halloween.

Photo by Brandon Hicks
Elijah Andrews is one of the cutest pumpkins this Halloween. He came dressed in costume the Halloween-themed Storytime at the Elizabethton/ Carter County Public Library.

Photo by Brandon Hicks
Emma Horton listens to a story during the Elizabethton/ Carter County Public Library’s . Tuesday’s session was “Heroween” and young readers were encouraged to come dressed in costume.

While snow may have put a chill on community trick-or-treating in the higher elevations, the Halloween festivities will continue where conditions allow throughout the county.

The annual downtown trick-or-treating will be held as planned in downtown Elizabethton today from 3-5 p.m. The Downtown Business Association and the city of Elizabethton are sponsoring the trick-or-treating. DBA President John Bunn has encouraged all of the downtown merchants to stay open and participate.

“It is an alternative to children going door-to-door in other areas,” Bunn said. “With snow in some parts of the county, our covered sidewalks and free parking make this a good choice for both the parents and the children. They can come here early and will be able to make it home before dark.”

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  1. [...] "Photo by Brandon HicksEmma Horton listens to a story during the Elizabethton/ Carter County Public Library’s . Tuesday’s session was “Heroween” and young readers were encouraged to come dressed in costume."   So cute!  [...]

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