Hundreds of parents brought their kids to the Huron High School on Halloween from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. to enjoy a free, safe trick-or-treating experience. High School students and teachers lined the hallways and classrooms and handed out candy. There were several stations — some were more “haunting” than others. Some of the stations had games for the kids to play to win prizes. This was the first year the event was held at the High School. Kathy Engst, Family and Consumer Science teacher, had a booth featuring sugar cookies made by HHS students. The trick-or-treaters were encouraged to decorate their sugar cookies using colored frosting. “They used to hold this out at the mall,” she said. “It’s nice to have it because it is a place for people to bring their kids for a safe trick-or-treating experience.”
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