Halloween brings back memories of treats, tricks and candy corn

It’s Trick or Treat time, and there was a notice for any seniors living here at Blair House who would like to come to the Halloween party. It’s advertised by a sign out on the front lawn that says, “Free, Safe Halloween Trick or Treat Location.” The notice on the bulletin board says that each senior needs to sign up and bring their own candy to distribute to the children.

When I think of Halloween, I think of Christine’s mother. She was always determined to spend the day making popcorn balls, and that is what she would give any trick or treaters who came to her door. When I asked if she was going to wrap them, she said, “No; they know I wouldn’t put anything in there that wouldn’t belong.” &nbsp;&nbsp;<ahref="http://etypeservices.com/Cass%20County%20Star%20GazetteID497/"><spanstyl... 13px; color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.</span></a></p>