Helen Mumford hands out treats at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Helen Mumford hands out treats at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
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What’s that, you say? Thanksgiving is this week? And Christmas is right around the corner? Well, I won’t let that stop me from posting some pics from the Trunk or Treat Halloween event hosted by the Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church on Saturday, Oct. 30.

Why is it that time seems to be speeding up while I slow to a snail’s pace?! Let me know if you figure that one out.

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Anyway, here’s a few pics from the Trunk or Treat event in the yard at the church. It was a beautiful, sunny day, and I know the grownups had just as much fun as the kids.

Also, be sure and check out upcoming holiday events on the Old Mission Peninsula here – including the Christmas Cookie Sale & Raffle from the Old Mission Women’s Club.

Deb and Dave Allen at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Deb and Dave Allen at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Keith Long hands out treats at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Keith Long hands out treats at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Georgia Holman hands out treats at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Georgia Holman hands out treats at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Lisa Buckley with grandson Maddox at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Lisa Buckley with grandson Maddox at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Marge Long with great-granddaughter Willow Josephine at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Marge Long with great-granddaughter Willow Josephine at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Willow Josephine at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Willow Josephine at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Brian and Hannah sporting a "Frozen" theme with kids Willow Josephine and Maddox at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Brian and Hannah sporting a “Frozen” theme with kids Willow Josephine and Maddox at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Hannah Kovacs with Maddox at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Hannah Kovacs with Maddox at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Helen Mumford and Kathy Gore at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Helen Mumford and Kathy Gore at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Jim and Linda Borowicz at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Jim and Linda Borowicz at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Arthur Buckley sports a "Supernatural" theme at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Arthur Buckley sports a “Supernatural” theme at the Trunk or Treat event at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church (no, that is not a real knife!) | Jane Boursaw Photo

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