BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Some parents in Buffalo got to enjoy some worry-free trick or treating. Businesses in the Elmwood Village Association welcomed children during a “Safe Trick or Treat” event Saturday.
Stores along the street put posters in their windows welcoming boys and girls to come in and get Halloween treats.
Homeward Bound’s Maria Jacobi said, “This is the ninth year we've been involved giving out candy, so it's great, and it's great that all these people are out in the neighborhood and walking around and it's a beautiful day.”
This marks the 13th year for the “Safe Trick or Treat” event in the Elmwood Village.
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