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Safe Trick or Treat held in Hometown

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS The Hometown Nursing and rehabilitation Center held their 4th annual Safe Trick or Treat event at their center Thursday night. Over 60 children dressed in costume as they received free candy, food and drinks from…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS The Hometown Nursing and rehabilitation Center held their 4th annual Safe Trick or Treat event at their center Thursday night. Over 60 children dressed in costume as they received free candy, food and drinks from residents and staff of the center. Jennifer Zimmerman, center administrator and event organizer, stated her appreciation to all the staff and volunteers who help every year with the program. Receiving candy from resident Sharon Bloszinsky, dressed as a pumpkin cat, are trick or treaters Andrew Dziczek, 4, as Spiderman; Amaris Means, 5, as a butterfly fairy; and Blake Roberts, 4, as a skeleton.
Published October 28. 2011 05:02PM

The Hometown Nursing and rehabilitation Center held their 4th annual Safe Trick or Treat event at their center Thursday night. Over 60 children dressed in costume as they received free candy, food and drinks from residents and staff of the center.

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