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Halloween glow necklaces for kids

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet on Oct 23, 2006

No wonder 97 percent of the population loves the Atherton Police Department.

Atherton's finest are once again handing out glow-in-the-dark necklaces for kids -- and their adult escorts -- to wear while trick-or-treating. Dark streets plus no sidewalks equals a real hazard on Halloween, so make sure traffic can see your little ghouls and goblins.

Necklaces are available at the counter of the Atherton Police Department, 91 Ashfield Road. Patrol officers will also have them on hand, so if all else fails, flag down a patrol car.

And have a safe Halloween!

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Posted by Richard Hine, managing editor of The Almanac
on Oct 23, 2006 at 11:39 pm

Richard Hine is a registered user.

For more Town Square posts on Halloween, check these:

Annual Halloween Concert Oct. 28: Web Link

Haunted House: Web Link

Katie's Corner: Web Link





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