Trick-or-treaters converge on Main Street

Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

CONKED OUT—Liam Wolf is one sleepy cow as he naps during the Merchants’ Safe Trick or Treating along Main Street on Halloween. Sponsored by Ramona Chamber of Commerce, the two-hour event attracted costumed characters of all ages who received free treats from Ramona merchants. After talking with the merchants, Jason DeLeo, chamber president, estimates from 3,200 to 3,700 trick-or-treaters participated in this year’s festivities.

Trick-or-treaters pass each other along Main Street during Ramona Chamber of Commerce’s annual Merchants’ Safe Trick or Treat celebration. Sentinel photo/Lynn Sampson

Assemblyman Brian Jones presents Teresa Craig Hanvey, owner of Ramona Beauty Supply & Salon, with a certificate of appreciation for her business’ participation in the safe trick or treat event. Jones walked both sides of Main Street presenting participating merchants with certificates thanking them for making the annual event possible. Sentinel photo/Nancy Lund

Jennifer Jenkin and pets Tea Cup and Roxy greet tick-or-teaters at her Pamo Valley Winery. Sentinel photo/Nancy Lund

“Uncle Sam,” aka Realtor Sally Westbrook, offers a trick-or-treater candy at the corner Main and Sixth streets. Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

Amanda Jobb, left, and Selena Wilson are “dressed to kill.” With them is Roark, wearing a panda costume. Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

Dressed as a vampire, Arthur Perez isn’t frightening anyone. Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

Nora Seidl’s Packard’s Coffee Shop is one of many Main Street stops Gina Banach and grandson made for a Halloween treat. Sentinel photo/Nancy Lund

Kihya, Carol Eifler’s Rottweiler, dresses up and greets visitors to Eifler’s Laund-Yer-Mutt Do It Yourself Dog Wash in the Albertsons center. Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

Ramona Family Naturals owner Robert Bradley loads one youngster’s pail with lollipops. Sentinel photo/Nancy Lund

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Posted by Maureen Robertson on Nov 1 2012. Filed under Business, Featured Story. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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