On a very hilly street in West Meade, parents got together with a great idea and held a Trick-or-Treat parade, with participating families setting up treat stations by the road so children would not have to climb the steep driveways.

There were kids dressed as super heroes, animals, skeletons, cheerleaders, Greek goddesses, ghosts, vampires, and even a fire truck! Carved pumpkins and other seasonal decorations made everything look festive.

Those who set up for the event gave out all kinds of candy, from Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Twix to Snickers and Butterfingers and so much more! There also were non-edible treats for the tiniest of the revelers.

After strolling along the street to each candy station and loading up on treats, not tricks, everyone enjoyed a pot luck get together, where guests loved sampling each dish and admiring all the creative costumes.