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Merchants will continue with trick-or-treating

Halloween is coming - which means trick-or-treating in downtown Enumclaw.

For the past several years, many downtown business owners have created a safe haven for the children of the Plateau area by participating in an annual trick-or-treating extravaganza. Hundreds of costumed children flock to Cole Street to fill their bags with goodies provided by the businesses.

The Enumclaw Police Department will also send the Explorers, a group of young men and women interested in law enforcement careers, to keep it safe on the street.

Trick-or-treating hours this year will be from 5 to 8 p.m on Sunday, Oct. 31. By closing Cole Street from Marshall to Stevenson (excluding Griffin) the downtown businesses can open their doors to the children and keep them safe and sound on Halloween.

Fore information and to pick up a flyer for a store window, contact the Enumclaw Area Chamber of Commerce at 360-825-7666.

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