DAYTONA PROVIDES HALLOWEEN WITH 'TRUNK OR TREAT'

Updated: Nov 5


Daytona Beach staff members treat kids to candy and games during the annual "Trunk Or Treat" event.


Photo By: Duane C. Fernandez Sr. / Hardnotts Photography LLC.


ANDREAS BUTLER

DEEP FOCUS NEW


Historically during Halloween people dress up their kids and walk around neighborhoods going door to door for treats (candy) on Halloween.

Over the years, the city of Daytona Beach has provided an alternative for the community with its annual "Trunk or Treat" event.

This year's event was held at City Hall on Monday, Oct. 31.

It was well attended by the community and included rows of cars with trunks filled with candy for kids to choose from.

There were also games, face painting, a pumpkin patch, music by a live deejay, and costume contests for different age groups ranging from kids to adults.

In addition, city staff from all departments were on hand and participating in the event.

Local elected officials included Florida State Senator, Tim Wright (District 8), Daytona Beach City Commissioners, Ruth Trager (Zone 1), Danette Henry (Zone 5), and Stacy Cantu (Zone 4) along with Mayor Derrick Henry.

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