Trick-or-Treat is Sunday


Be on the lookout for strange creatures

Staff report



The Circleville Pumpkin Festival has nothing on Galion when it comes to over-grown gourds. This monster was spotted this week on Sunnyside Drive, just off Portland Way South. It’s easy to find, just follow the orange glow in the sky. (Photo by Russ Kent)


GALION — All manner of strange creatures will take to the streets, yards and sidewalks of Galion on Sunday afternoon as the city does a little Halloween celebrating.

Those strange creatures — ghosts, ninja turtles, princesses and more —will be lurking around neighborhoods between 2-4 p.m. Sunday during trick-or-treat.

So be wary if you are out and about in your vehicle or bicycle on Sunday afternoon. And make sure your pets are not running lose.

Parents should make certain to check the candy and treats their kids bring home. If anything appears suspicious, throw it a way or call the police department.

The Circleville Pumpkin Festival has nothing on Galion when it comes to over-grown gourds. This monster was spotted this week on Sunnyside Drive, just off Portland Way South. It’s easy to find, just follow the orange glow in the sky. (Photo by Russ Kent)
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2016/10/web1_huge-pumpkin.jpgThe Circleville Pumpkin Festival has nothing on Galion when it comes to over-grown gourds. This monster was spotted this week on Sunnyside Drive, just off Portland Way South. It’s easy to find, just follow the orange glow in the sky. (Photo by Russ Kent)
Be on the lookout for strange creatures

Staff report