Halloween 2020……A Year Like No Other. With guidelines suggested for Trick-or-Treating and other Halloween annual events this year due to the pandemic, the Arthur Park District as well as the many homes who turned on their porch lights from 5-8pm, pulled out all the stops to give the kids a great time on a beautiful but windy and crisp fall evening. Close to twenty vehicles participated in the Trunk-or-Treat, hosted by the Arthur Park District at Eberhardt Park over the two hours. The crowds of families as well as groups of older kids came early and walked around the park filling their bags from the socially distanced businesses, church groups, clubs, and individuals who were set-up. The Arthur/Atwood Lions Club had a barrel train on hand and provided free rides throughout the evening driven by train conductor Jim Fleming. Pictured above are three pretties Ryli Kauffman, Kyla Carson, and Hunter Carson in the back of Minde Carter’s spooky decorated van. At bottom is Trick-or-Treat social distance style for 141 kids at the Huffman home on Surrey Lane with a candy chute designed by Mary and Kevin.