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PHOTO GALLERY: Trick or Trunk event offers safe Halloween fun

Sunday, October 30, 2011 | 8:22 p.m. CDT; updated 11:24 a.m. CDT, Monday, October 31, 2011

Broadway Christian Church held its Trick or Trunk event on Sunday afternoon. People, pets and vehicles came in costume as children trick-or-treated in a safe environment.

Carlie Daniel, 6, and her mother Jill Daniel are set up in their bird sanctuary-themed trunk during the Trick or Trunk event at Broadway Baptist Church on Sunday. This is the third year that Broadway Baptist Church has held the event.
Jill Daniel helps her daughter Carlie, 6, with her peacock costume at the Trick or Trunk event at Broadway Christian Church on Sunday afternoon. The theme of their trunk was "Broadway Bird Sanctuary."
Jeff Kline and his son Dylan, 9, decorate their trunk for the Trick or Trunk event at Broadway Christian Church on Sunday. The children that went trick-or-treating got to vote for the best decorated trunk.
Lucy Hurtado, 6, reaches into the back of her family's van at the Trick or Trunk event at Broadway Christian Church on Sunday afternoon. Church members decorated their car trunks and lined up in the parking lot of the church so children could trick-or-treat.

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