Toil & Trouble
Monday, 12 November 2012 by Grayson Edds
Halloween festivities took place all weekend and throughout the week leading up to the 31st.
There were numerous fall festivals, including Sunday's event at First United Methodist Church which supported the Youth Mission Fund.
The public was invited for the event which was geared toward the little ones, offering face painting, a bounce house, a cake walk, and a dozen games like putt-putt, bowling, bean bag toss, ring toss, and more.
On Monday and Tuesday, the 4 and 5-year-olds of Belton Education Station spread the spooky spirit by visiting residents of Park Place Manor and Stoney Brook Assisted Living in Belton.
And, of course, the trick-or-treating took place Wednesday throughout the city.