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Schnieders: Apache Junction Halloween 'Boo-Thru' a success

Posted 11/4/20

I just wanted to say that I think that the city and all the businesses and their staffs that participated in the Boo Thru event this year for the kids to enjoy Halloween all deserve a huge "thank …

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Schnieders: Apache Junction Halloween 'Boo-Thru' a success

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I just wanted to say that I think that the city and all the businesses and their staffs that participated in the Boo Thru event this year for the kids to enjoy Halloween all deserve a huge "thank you" and a round of applause.

It was not only very well organized and all locations clearly marked, all people handing out the goodies were not only in costume, they were very happy and friendly to the kids.

The little ones not only got candy, they got paper masks, misc. toys, coloring books, pencils, etc. and a chance to enter a drawing for a prize.

It was thoroughly enjoyed by all. My little ones even said they wanted to do trick-or-treating that way every year.

Thank you Apache Junction for such a fun and enjoyable event, for the kiddos that have been cooped up and not able to do get out and do so many of their regular routines for so long.

Editor's note: Lori Schnieders is a resident of Apache Junction

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