Help make Hal­loween sweet

McIvor Times - - NEWS - By MICHAEL MAT­TINGLY

GRAB your masks and dust off your dress-ups, Hal­loween is com­ing to Heath­cote.

Hal­loween bal­loons and stream­ers have started started pop­ping up around town re­cently and a group of ded­i­cated lo­cals have also started a Face­book group to get the word out.

They’re en­cour­ag­ing ev­ery­one to stock their cup­boards with some treats and take part in Hal­loween.

“I think it’d be amaz­ing for the kids and I just think, why not?” Lucy Walsh, who has been in­volved in or­gan­is­ing Heath­cote Hal­loween, said.

“While they are young you want to give them as many fun and great mem­o­ries as you can, be­cause be­ing old is no fun at all.

“I have some great mem­o­ries from Hal­loween as a kid and I think so many chil­dren in Heath­cote could too.”

The trick or treat­ing is planned to start around 5.30pm, where kids, ac­com­pa­nied by their par­ents, will come knock­ing in search of some treats.

A good way to let the lo­cal chil­dren know you may have a treat for them is to place some bal­loons or stream­ers at the front your house.

So if you are home tonight, go down and grab some lol­lies, choco­lates and stream­ers so you can join in the fun when those trick or treaters come knock­ing.

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