Monday, October 18, 2010
Trick-or-Treating Safety: From Well-Lit Areas to Candy Checks
Don't forget to bring a couple flashlights and extra batteries, just in case you need them. Be sure you child's costume has light colors or reflective safety strips stuck on their costume. You may want to purchase some glow in the dark sticks, so your child's costume is extremely visible. Some places sell Halloween jewelry that lights up or blinks for added safety.
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