Important update about Trunkoween. Change of Parking Plans: Due to a concern brought up, the traffic flow set up for trick-or-treating will be modified. There is an attached diagram for parking. No vehicles will be parked in the middle of the road. Parking: Candy giver vehicles will park on the side of the road all facing Southeast towards SE 127th. If you are in a vehicle arriving with trick-or-treaters, please park closer to either the intersection of 202nd Pl/SE 200th Ave or 202nd Pl and SE 127th St. Peggy Phillips will be parking her blue Subaru at the front to set the example. Please park facing the same way. Be sure to allow some distance between your car and the one in front of you. Trick-or-Treaters: Trick-or-treaters will walk in the normal flow of traffic starting from the same area as SE 123rd. Please, only one time around for the kids to be sure that enough candy goes around for the kids to enjoy. Candy Givers: Please make sure that only one person from your family is giving out the treats. Kids cannot help themselves. Trick or Treaters and their attending family members must wear a mask, whether it be a part of a costume or not. Candy givers should also be wearing masks. As far as giving out candy, it’s up to you. Some ideas would be using tongs to put in bags, or have some kind of makeshift shoot? I know we have creative folks in this wonderful neighborhood. Photobooth: There will be a flow of trick-or-treater traffic going to and from the tennis court to the photo booth. Be sure to get your family photo! Times Upper loop starts at 4:30 and lower loop starts at 5:00, October 31st! Happy Halloween, Neighbors! Enjoy and have fun in this safe, socially distanced event.