Halloween festivities a fun safe way for local children to Trick or Treat

Hannah Studer, Xavier Harlan and Ashley Studer had fun at the Business Trick or Treat held at participating Chamber businesses on Oct. 29.

Halloween weekend kicked off Saturday, Oct. 29 with The Business Trick or Treat hosted by the Monroe City Chamber of Commerce. Participating businesses included Alliant Bank, American Family Insurance, Applebee Tree Flowers and Gifts, Ben Franklin, BP Gas Station, C&R Market, Edward Jones, F&M Bank, Fairbridge Inn Express, Farmer’s Elevator, Gosney Pharmacy, HNB Bank, Hometown Auto, Hunting Corner, MA Bank, Monroe City Manor, Meyer Implement, No Sugar Boutique, Opera House Antiques and Uniques, Orscheln Farm & Home, PFM Manufacturing, and Subway. O’Donnell-Thurman Life Celebration Home was hoping to participate in the event but had to cancel due to a service at that time. The Business Trick or Treat allows families of all age groups to see the local businesses and get involved with the companies that make Monroe City what it is.

Halloween festivities a fun safe way for local children to Trick or Treat

Caleb and Issac Lehenbauer filled thier pumpkins during the Business Trick or Treat held at participating Chamber businesses on Oct. 29.