CLARK, NJ - Clark residents turned out in droves to celebrate Halloween at the Clark Recreation and Clark PBA Local 125 Trunk or Treat on Saturday afternoon in the Arthur L. Johnson High School parking lot.
The donor cars numbered 45. At approximately 1,000 pieces of candy per car, that was about 45,000 treats delivered in just about two hours. Clark Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo estimated that between children, parents and grandparents there were upwards of 3,000 people in attendance, if not more.
Costume prize winners included a bowl of Froot-Loops, a Tiffany diamond, a Lincoln penny, Pac-man and more.
Car decorations ranged from a yellow brick road leading to Oz, a pirate ship complete with mast and sails, a still-life of The Addams Family and many more.
Click through the slide show to see the many Halloween faces of Clark.