Monday, November 2, 2020

Exeter's Trunk or Treat a Big Hit


Exeter ghosts and goblins had an easy haul Halloween night at the village’s second annual Trunk or Treat.  Over 25 vehicles popped their trunks and set up their booths to pass out treats to area children.  Special guests were Clifford the Big Red Dog, Carole Baskin and Joe Exotic, the Price is Right team, a fortune teller and some deer hunters (complete with their kill).  The event was organized by Exeter Librarian Lynette Trauger with sponsors Generations Bank,  Sweetwater Bar, Ekeler Repair, Greg’s Market, Exeter Fire and Rescue, Casey’s, Exeter Senior Center and the Village of Exeter.

After walking up and down the block collecting goodies, trick or treaters and their families were welcomed into the Exeter Senior Center for cotton candy and on to the Fire Hall for a hot dog supper. Serving hot drinks was the Pour Horse drink trailer.

A brave soul gets his treat from Fortune Teller Terri Volkmer at Exeter’s Trunk or Treat.
The Kassik family, Tony, Ashley, Saydee and Rylee, play the Price is Right with the Sheffield’s (Paul, Karla and Haylee) at Trunk or Treat in Exeter.
Paul Jensen, left, his “fresh” kill Bambi and Nancy Jensen give a treat to Reed Pulliam at Trunk or Treat.
Lots of trunks to find treats in in downtown Exeter.

Exeter Volunteer Fire Department member Lisa Ring passes out treats to football player James Jrugensen and camouflaged Levi Jurgensen.

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