CONNOQUENESSING TWP — Social distancing, face masks and gloves didn’t get in the way of a good time during Community Care Connections’ Trunk or Treat Halloween event Thursday.
What would have normally been a big Halloween party for the children and adults served by the agency became a socially distanced event due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Brenda Cole, Community Care Connections executive director.
Dressed in scary costumes, agency staff parked their vehicles in the parking lot and handed candy and treats to the people served by the agency, who were driven around the lot.
Most of the people who came to Trunk or Treat were from Butler County.
“They are having a lot of fun. That’s all that matters,” said Kathy Perry, adult day services coordinator, who was dressed as a witch and passing out candy.
Read more in Friday's Butler Eagle.