MORRISTOWN, NJ - Trick -or-Treat, laughter and kids cheering were the sounds heard at the 3rd annual Trunk or Treat held at the Morris Township Police Department.

Local businesses, residents and community helpers brought their decorated vehicles to serve as home base for Trunk or Treat. Kids and parents traveled from trunk to trunk collecting candy and showing off their costumes.

Jim Reilly, President, and Darnell Richardson, Captain of the Morris Township Fire Department handed out candy from the back of their fire truck. Kids and parents were excited to see a fire truck up close. Doyle’s Funeral Home was represented by a hearse which was a perfect trunk for Halloween. Art Cashin and Jessica Chang decorated their trunk and represented the local Cub Scout Troop. Alexis Voli, Morris Township Recreation Supervisor, explained that this was the 3 rd annual Trunk
or Treat.

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Voli reported approximately 300 people attended last year’s Trunk or Treat and by 6:00 PM, they had reached the 300 mark already.

“This is such a great event because it provides a safe place for kids to go trick or treating,”
explained Voli. “It’s a group effort between various departments; fire, police, recreation and OEM,” .

Officer McIver, the SRO Officer and 17 year member of the police department was also present to hand out candy. Amy Rozgony, Shoprite Corporate Events Coordinator, and Amy Rozgony, Shoprite’s instore Dietician, decorated their trunk as well. They had a wide variety of healthy foods for kids to select.

All parties involved in the Trunk or Treat event encourage people to come and join in the festivities next year.


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