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Richmond Police is seeking a help from the community for its annual Trick-or-Treat Street event that served more than 600 area kids last year with a fun and safe Halloween.
The department is asking for candy donations or money to purchase candy. Volunteers are also needed to hand out candy in the city’s gymnasium, transformed into a miniature Main Street of shops and businesses.
Donations may be taken to Richmond City Hall or its police department between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday until Oct. 25. Volunteers can contact coordinating officers Jerry Folvarcik or Amy Sisson at 816-776-3575 by Oct. 25.
Trick-or-Treat Street is 5 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 31. Free hot dogs and drinks, provided by Richmond Kiwanis Club, will be available as well as games, raffle prizes and a haunted corn maze.