Created on Friday, 01 November 2013 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
Several Beggars’ Night events originally scheduled for Thursday have been set for Saturday evening. But some events went on as scheduled.
Pirate Colton Willis, 2, says “trick or treat” at the Mary Rutan Hospital booth as his mother Dani looks on and friends Shelby Smith, dressed as Cleopatra, and Madison Everman, dressed as a nerd, wait during the First Church of God’s Thursday evening Trunk or Treat event.
Princess Leia, Rhiannon Rose of HER Realty, hands a piece of candy to one of the Incredibles children as husband Adam Rose, Luke Skywalker, holds the couple’s baby Yoda, son Damion, during the First Church of God’s Thursday evening Trunk or Treat event.
Snow White, also known as Trudy Yanchik, leads her seven dwarfs and a cast of elementary students in the annual Halloween parade at Indian Lake, Elementary School.
Because of the impending storm, Galilee Lutheran Church moved its annual trunk or treat festivities indoors Thursday at the Russells Point church.
Lewistown-Trinity United Methodist Church hosted numerous children and families Thursday for its annual Fall Frenzy, coinciding with Halloween festivities.
FRONT PAGE PHOTO: Mobster Riley Lambert of the First Church of God hands a balloon dog to Logan Spencer, 5, dressed as Legend of Zelda character Link, during the Thursday evening Trunk or Treat event.
Throughout Logan County, with the exception of West Liberty, youths can go door-to-door from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
In West Liberty, the village has set the hours from 5 to 6:30p.m. Saturday.
Also, the Miami Grange in DeGraff has rescheduled its costume party for 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Activities will include games for adults and children, and cider and doughnuts will be served.