To help promote better safety in the community, the Kelowna location of the Salvation Army hosted a unique Halloween event.
Instead of going door-to-door for candy, children went trunk-to-trunk at the Sally Ann on Sutherland Avenue.
“This is a fun event for the entire family,” Patty Lou Bryant, communications coordinator, said. “The kids can enjoy a safe, fun evening.”
Salvation Army staff backed up their cars, decorated and dressed up in costumes to entertain the children and hand out candy.
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