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Halloween Safety Tips

The best holiday is a safe holiday. This Halloween be safety smart with these few Halloween safety tips.

  • Think ahead when planning costumes. Bright colored costumes help you to be more visible to drivers. Also, make sure costumes don’t drag the ground and cause tripping.
  • Carry a flashlight, glow sticks or consider using reflective tape on costumes. Use designated crosswalks, especially after dark.
  • Trick-or-treating is more fun in groups. It is also safer. Never go trick-or-treating alone. It is a good idea to put a contact name and number on your little ones in the event they get separated from the group or lost.
  • If you have a teenager who is going out with friends, review their route with them and have a designated time for them to check in and/or return home.
  • Trick-or-treaters should never go inside a home or a car for a treat.
  • Parents, sort and inspect candy before the kids dig in. Any candy that has been unwrapped, that is spoiled or looks questionable should be thrown away. Its also a good idea to ration the loot as kids can get over zealous and have a belly ache for a few days.
  • Too much candy? Consider donating excess to charities.

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