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Nobody does trick-or-treat like T Street

The usual hordes of candy-seeking trick-or-treaters are expected along Barnesville’s Thomaston Street corridor this evening and tonight as the community celebrates Halloween. Many ghouls and goblins wills top by First Methodist Church where games, candy and popcorn will be on the monstrous menu. Parents are urged to use caution, common sense and follow these guidelines in order to make the night safe for all. ’¢ Start trick-or-treating early, while it is still daylight. ’¢ Take a flashlight along. ’¢ Wear light-colored costumes with reflective stickers. ’¢ Wear masks that don’t obscure vision or hinder breathing. ’¢ Walk on the sidewalks, not in the streets. ’¢ Trick-or-treat in groups, preferably with an adult. ’¢ Go only to familiar houses. ’¢ Don’t eat any candy with torn, punctured, faded or discolored wrappers, or candy that show signs of having been unwrapped. ‘¢ Don’t eat homewrapped goodies from unknown sources. ’¢ Don’t eat punctured fruit or fruit from unknown sources.

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