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Seen on Scene: At Trunk or Treat

Updated October 28, 2020 - 2:47 pm

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Sarah Iwinski of Serenity Salon and Spa used long skeleton hands to deliver candy to members of the Miralli family during Saturday’s drive-thru Trunk or Treat celebration at Veterans’ Memorial Park. The holiday event was sponsored by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce. ▶ See page 10 for more photos.

Colston Crosson, 6, came dressed as a fireman at Saturday’s drive-thru Trunk or Treat celebration at Veterans’ Memorial Park.

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Representing the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home during Trunk or Treat on Saturday were, from left, Kyle Waggerman, Kristy Waggerman and Jason Waggerman, who used a felt pumpkin bucket attached to a long pole to delivery candy. Boulder City Chamber of Commerce sponsored the drive-thru holiday celebration.

Sierra Malone of Lifesavers gives 5-year-old Naomi Duffy a sweet treat Saturday during Trunk or Treat at Veterans’ Memorial Park.

Matthew Wittwer of Meaningful Gains Therapy brought along a skeleton crew to help pass out candy Saturday at Trunk or Treat.

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Kelly Fox of Fox Smokehouse BBQ uses long tongs to distribute sweets to Kaylnn Young during Saturday’s drive-thru Trunk or Treat celebration at Veterans’ Memorial Park. The holiday event was sponsored by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce.

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Mary McClellan, left, and Heidi Wade of TR Realty outfitted their trunk with ghosts and jack-o’-lanterns for Trunk or Treat on Saturday. The drive-thru Halloween celebration at Veterans’ Memorial Park was sponsored by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce.

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Roger Devlin represented Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum at Saturday’s drive-thru Trunk or Treat celebration at Veterans’ Memorial Park. His costume included an extra long arm so he could distribute candy to children in a safe manner.

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Karli Allison of Serenity Salon and Spa came dressed as popcorn to Saturday’s drive-thru Trunk or Treat celebration at Veterans’ Memorial Park. The holiday event was sponsored by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

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