TRICK-OR-TREAT

From 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, for Halloween, the red brick house at 1116 W. Main St. will have full-sized candy bars available for trick-or-treaters. For the last 23 years Bruce Hershenson has given out candy from his house near the Rotary Park. To the delight of many trick-or-treaters, Hershenson gives out full-sized candy bars. “Last year we gave out 1,350 candy bars. This year we hope to break that record,” Hershenson said. “The look on the kids’ faces when they get a full-sized candy bar is priceless.” Also, according to Hershenson, it’s not only kids who get a full-size sweet — parents wearing costumes can take home a full-size bar, too.

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