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Hundreds attend first ever Trunk ‘n’ Treat in Stephenville

Seven-year-old James Crocker of Kippens went trick-or-treating as an alien with his spaceship in tow at the Bay St. George Crime Stoppers first ever Trunk ‘n’ Treat held in the parking lot of Stephenville High School that had hundreds of children drop by.
Seven-year-old James Crocker of Kippens went trick-or-treating as an alien with his spaceship in tow at the Bay St. George Crime Stoppers first ever Trunk ‘n’ Treat held in the parking lot of Stephenville High School that had hundreds of children drop by.

With 10 vehicles involved and hundreds of treats to hand out, the first ever Bay St. George Crime Stoppers Trunk ‘n’ Treat had lot of trick-or-treaters drop by this evening.

In addition to some private vehicles, there were a number of first responder vehicles with representatives handing out treats.

Trick-or-treaters loved it and some parents were pleased with having a safe place for their kids to look for treats.

Crime Stoppers is planning on holding the event on an annual basis and organizers believe it will get larger in future years.

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