Halloween fun for all

Izzy Wilson participated in trunk-or-treat at King First Baptist Church on Tuesday. - Robert Money | The Stokes News
Paige Cook picks out a piece of candy at King Moravian Church in King during their annual Halloween festivities. - Robert Money | The Stokes News
Piper Wilson receives candy from the wolf of Little Red Riding Hood at First Baptist Church in King. - Robert Money | The Stokes News
Art Collier and his family dressed as characters from Toy Story at First Baptist Church’s annual trunk-or-treat Tuesday night. - - Robert Money | The Stokes News
Kathy Dix, owner of Just Plain Country in Walnut Cove, interacts with children while passing out candy on Main Street Tuesday night. - - Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News
Hugh Gentry, owner of Gentry’s Hardware, a staple in the community for the past 80 years, passed out candy in downtown King on Halloween night. - - Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News
Bruce and Swana Wade stay busy Tuesday evening passing out candy in downtown Walnut Cove. - - Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News
King Mayor Jack Warren enjoyed the annual Downtown Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat on Tuesday evening in downtown King. - - Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News
Children flock to Main Street in Walnut Cove for the annual Halloween festivities. - - Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News

Trick-or-treaters throughout the county took to the streets on Tuesday evening to fill their bags with candy. Both King and Walnut Cove hosted safe, fun-filled events in their downtown area. For more Halloween photos visit thestokesnews.com.

Izzy Wilson participated in trunk-or-treat at King First Baptist Church on Tuesday.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Izzy-Wilson-at-First-Baptist.jpgIzzy Wilson participated in trunk-or-treat at King First Baptist Church on Tuesday. Robert Money | The Stokes News

Paige Cook picks out a piece of candy at King Moravian Church in King during their annual Halloween festivities.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Paige-Cook-at-King-Movarian.jpgPaige Cook picks out a piece of candy at King Moravian Church in King during their annual Halloween festivities. Robert Money | The Stokes News

Piper Wilson receives candy from the wolf of Little Red Riding Hood at First Baptist Church in King.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Piper-Wilson-at-First-Baptist.jpgPiper Wilson receives candy from the wolf of Little Red Riding Hood at First Baptist Church in King. Robert Money | The Stokes News

Art Collier and his family dressed as characters from Toy Story at First Baptist Church’s annual trunk-or-treat Tuesday night.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Toy-Story-at-First-Baptist.jpgArt Collier and his family dressed as characters from Toy Story at First Baptist Church’s annual trunk-or-treat Tuesday night. Robert Money | The Stokes News

Kathy Dix, owner of Just Plain Country in Walnut Cove, interacts with children while passing out candy on Main Street Tuesday night.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HAcathy.jpgKathy Dix, owner of Just Plain Country in Walnut Cove, interacts with children while passing out candy on Main Street Tuesday night. Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News

Hugh Gentry, owner of Gentry’s Hardware, a staple in the community for the past 80 years, passed out candy in downtown King on Halloween night.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HAgentrys.jpgHugh Gentry, owner of Gentry’s Hardware, a staple in the community for the past 80 years, passed out candy in downtown King on Halloween night. Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News

Bruce and Swana Wade stay busy Tuesday evening passing out candy in downtown Walnut Cove.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HAtuttles.jpgBruce and Swana Wade stay busy Tuesday evening passing out candy in downtown Walnut Cove. Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News

King Mayor Jack Warren enjoyed the annual Downtown Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat on Tuesday evening in downtown King.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HAwarren.jpgKing Mayor Jack Warren enjoyed the annual Downtown Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat on Tuesday evening in downtown King. Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News

Children flock to Main Street in Walnut Cove for the annual Halloween festivities.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HAgroup.jpgChildren flock to Main Street in Walnut Cove for the annual Halloween festivities. Amanda Dodson | The Stokes News