Halloween treats across the county


By Kelsey Kimbler - kkimbler@aimmediamidwest.com



Families turned out in droves on Halloween night, Tuesday, Oct. 31, for trick and treats alike. Preble Countians donned their best dinosaur suits, vampire fangs, and witches hats to walk the crisp night for candy. While most Preble County communities held their Beggars’ Night activities on Halloween itself, Lakengren, West Elkton, and West Manchester chose other dates for their boys and ghouls to come out for treats. No matter what day the family-favorite activity was held, it continued to provide fun and scares for the entire family. Pictured, families also visited Eaton Fire Station No. 1 for lots of candy.


Families turned out in droves on Halloween night, Tuesday, Oct. 31, for trick and treats alike. Preble Countians donned their best dinosaur suits, vampire fangs, and witches hats to walk the crisp night for candy. While most Preble County communities held their Beggars’ Night activities on Halloween itself, Lakengren, West Elkton, and West Manchester chose other dates for their boys and ghouls to come out for treats. No matter what day the family-favorite activity was held, it continued to provide fun and scares for the entire family. Pictured, families also visited Eaton Fire Station No. 1 for lots of candy.

By Kelsey Kimbler

kkimbler@aimmediamidwest.com

Families turned out in droves on Halloween night, Tuesday, Oct. 31, for trick and treats alike. Preble Countians donned their best dinosaur suits, vampire fangs, and witches hats to walk the crisp night for candy. While most Preble County communities held their Beggars’ Night activities on Halloween itself, Lakengren, West Elkton, and West Manchester chose other dates for their boys and ghouls to come out for treats. No matter what day the family-favorite activity was held, it continued to provide fun and scares for the entire family. Pictured, families also visited Eaton Fire Station No. 1 for lots of candy.
http://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/11/web1_Dinosaur.jpgFamilies turned out in droves on Halloween night, Tuesday, Oct. 31, for trick and treats alike. Preble Countians donned their best dinosaur suits, vampire fangs, and witches hats to walk the crisp night for candy. While most Preble County communities held their Beggars’ Night activities on Halloween itself, Lakengren, West Elkton, and West Manchester chose other dates for their boys and ghouls to come out for treats. No matter what day the family-favorite activity was held, it continued to provide fun and scares for the entire family. Pictured, families also visited Eaton Fire Station No. 1 for lots of candy.

By Kelsey Kimbler

kkimbler@aimmediamidwest.com

Reach Kelsey Kimbler at 937-683-4061 or on Twitter @KKimbler_RH

Reach Kelsey Kimbler at 937-683-4061 or on Twitter @KKimbler_RH