Mount Calvary Lutheran Church held its annual trunk or treat on Sunday afternoon and about 100 people showed up, according to the church’s pastor, Will Hanke.
About a dozen cars decorated for Halloween sat in two lines in the church’s parking lot and handed out candy to costumed children. It was open to both church members and the general public.
Next to the parking lot, in the church’s covered shelter, games were played such as the spider stomp and the worm bob, where kids bit gummy worms suspended from a fishing pole. They also danced the monster mash and got temporary tattoos. After the trunk or treat, pizza was served.
Organizer Tracy Sanchez, Mount Calvary’s director of children’s ministries, said they’ve held the trunk or treat for six or seven years. It began as an event for church members but they opened it to the public in recent years.