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BY: Metro Source Staff | October 25, 2012

NORTH TONAWANDA - The City of North Tonawanda has set the period of 5 to 8 p.m. for Halloween trick-or-treating hours for Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Mayor Rob Ortt offers the following reminders for adults and children:

• No child should go trick-or-treating alone. Always accompany your younger children; older children can go in groups.

• Tell children to go only to homes and neighbors they know and only to houses with lights on.

• Remind children to walk on sidewalks and be cautious when crossing streets.

• Tell children to turn down all invitations to enter homes, or getting into cars.

• Check labels to see that all costumes and accessories are flame-resistant.

• Make sure all face paints, glues, and glitters are nontoxic.

• Your child’s costume shouldn’t drag on the ground.

• Don’t allow children to carry sharp objects.

• If your child wears a mask, make sure it fits securely and have eyeholes large enough so that they can see.

• Warn children not to eat treats before returning home (a filling dinner can help).



Trick or Treat at the Mayor’s office will be available between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. for trick-or-treaters to get a treat from Mayor Ortt.

Have a fun and safe Halloween.

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