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Parsippany Halloween 2012: Better Late Than Never

Mayor welcomes celebrants to Town Hall weekend event for Sandy-postponed All Hallows fun.

Superstorm Sandy's driving winds and rain did a number on Parsippany buildings, roads and trees—and also on Halloween. School costume parades and celebrations, including the popular Halloween at the Hills and High, had to be cancelled due to the unprecedented weather event. But Mayor James Barberio wanted the holiday to be observed for Par-Troy children, and it did.

The mayor's office in conjunction with the Parsippany school district put on a festive Trunk or Treat event last Saturday, allowing families to come out and display decorated vehicle trunks filled with treats for kids to enjoy. 

Have a look at all the fun, the decorated trunks and the great costumes. And if you have Halloween photos to share, please upload them!

Parsippany Taxpayer November 16, 2012 at 05:11 PM
I think I missed Halloween as I still have all of the candy here minus the 5 pounds that went to my backside. Getting rid of the rest of the candy today as now I need to lose 25 pounds versus 20 pounds before vacation. Besides taking away my electricity Sandy really hosed me will all those nights of eating out when we had no power and the left over candy didn't help either. Since we were without power 2 Halloweens in a row I am thinking a whole house generator might be in order before the 3rd go around.

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