The CW50 Street Team visited the Historic Village of Troy for their 2nd annual Toys n’ Troy Trick-or-Treat. Princesses, Superheros and even dinosaurs (and maybe one cow…) came from all over to enjoy the Halloween fall festivities. Attendees could get candy, explore the grounds, partake in arts and craft and have doughnuts and cider all while dancing to spooky songs.
“I always love seeing what the little kids come dressed up as” says Executive Director of Troy Historic Village, Loraine Campbell, aka, Minnie Mouse! Everyone from the village was also dressed as their favorite awesome characters.READ MORE: Gov. Whitmer Threatens Profit Seizure If Pipeline Keeps Operating
“Everyone has come up and said trick or treat” tells volunteer Pam Brady. She also notes how trick or treating helps create politeness in kids because it reminds them to say please and thank you!READ MORE: Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19
Brother and sister, or should I say dragon and kitty, Joli and Isaac Raudszus loved playing and getting CANDY!
This Toys n’ Troy Trick-or-Treat was another Halloween smash hit and the CW50 Street Team can’t wait for the next time to visit the Historic Village of Troy… do I hear sleigh bells???MORE NEWS: Report: University Of Michigan Missed Chances To Stop Doctor’s Abuse