Trick or Treat
Lily Penn, 2, holds the Dum-Dum "ghost" she made at the Hastings College Trick or Treat Street. Lily was out with friends and family for fun and games, but her favorite part was getting candy at the games hosted around the college's campus. For the Independent/Liz McCue
Bean bag toss
Yadira Vazquez, 5, tosses a bean bag with Hastings College student Kyle Chesterman in front of the French Memorial Chapel on the college's campus. Vazquez and her family came for the fun of dressing up and getting candy at the college's 2012 Trick or Treat Street. For the Independent/Liz McCue
Where's the candy
Sylo Fitzgerald tosses a foam ball with encouragement from his parents and Hastings College student Drew Clark at the college's 2012 Trick or Treat Street. Fitzgerald is two and a half years old, and didn't get any balls in the buckets. However, he did get a piece of candy, which his parents said was his favorite part of the event. For the Independent/Liz McCue
Seven year old Tayton Welsh waits for his family and friends in front of Hastings College's Taylor Hall during the 2012 Trick or Treat Street, hosted by the HC Public Relations Ambassadors. Tayton and his friends said the "haunted hallway" through McCormick Hall was the best part. McCormick is the college's oldest standing building at 129 years old. For the Independent/Liz McCue
Posted: Sunday, October 28, 2012 11:40 pm
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
HASTINGS — The 1958 Sheb Wooley hit “Flying Purple People Eater” opened the Halloween parade at this year’s Trick or Treat Street at Hastings College.
“One-eyed, one-horned, flying, purple people eater,” sounded promptly at 2 p.m. to lead a three-block-long line of costume-clad children and their parents.
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