The City of Hutto, the Hutto Area Chamber of Commerce and area businesses sponsored the seventh annual Treats on East Street safe trick-or-treating event Oct. 31, 2011 in downtown Hutto.
Ellie Towels was all smiles in her Tinker Bell costume.
Even the youngest ghosts and goblins, like Wesley Roysden, had fun during the city’s Halloween event held Oct. 31.
The event was a fun, safe trick-or-treating option for families, such as the Padrons.
For older children, it was all about the candy, as Alexander Garza enjoys a treat.
Sponsored by the City of Hutto’s police and parks departments and the Hutto Area Chamber of Commerce, Treats on East Street also showcases area organizations such as Lions Club. Above, Lions Club members Ed Broussard, David Mitchell and Doug Killian have fun handing out candy.
Karen Monninger, above, dressed as the Mad Hatter and won the award for best original costume at Treats on East Street.
More than 1,000 Halloween trick-or-treaters and parents, including
Makenna Castillo and her father Frank participated in the seventh
annual Treats on East Street Monday.
Owen Balcer, dressed as the title character from the movie ‘Edward Scissorhands,’ and won the award for scariest costume.
Twnty-month-old Tristyn Quilty, above, won accolades for cutest costume.