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35-plus organizations participating in 'Trunk-or-Treat' sponsored by Assemblyman Morinello

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Fri, Oct 26th 2018 07:00 am
Kids of all ages invited
Plans are underway for the inaugural Halloween "Trunk-or-Treat" from 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, in the communities of Grand Island, Lewiston and Niagara Falls, sponsored by New York State Assemblyman Angelo Morinello.
"We are thrilled to have over 35 organizations come forward to participate and provide this fun and safe alternative to traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating for families in our community" Morinello said. "Each location will offer music, provided by area DJs, candy and non-candy goodies for kids to pick up at the different vehicles, as well as the opportunity for participants to vote for the Best Decorated Trunk. The Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center will be opening its doors for free that evening for residents to come in and see the museum and pick up a neighborhood card."
Participating locations include:
  • Grand Island Fire Co. at 2275 Baseline Road.
  • Lewiston Fire Co. No. 1 at 145 N. Sixth St.
  • Niagara Falls Train Station and Customhouse Interpretive Center at 825 Depot Ave.
The Niagara Falls South End Housing Initiative will offer a sub-location. Residents in that area can visit the city parking lot located at 425 3rd St.
Participating organizations and businesses include: The City of Niagara Falls; Live NF; Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center; Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center; Niagara Falls City councilmen Chris Voccio, Ezra Scott and Ken Tompkins; Family & Children's Services of Niagara; Niagara Falls Block Club Council; College Club of Niagara Falls Inc.; Fidelis Care; Empower; Eastside Block Club; Niagara Falls Fire Department; Niagara Street Revitalization Organization; Elderwood; Lewiston Fire Co. No. 1; IBEW Local 2104; Village of Lewiston Recreation Department; Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce; New York Power Authority; Coldwell Banker Integrity; The Connection; Lewiston Community Lions; Lewiston Kiwanis Club, People Inc./Rivershore; Aquarium of Niagara; Lewiston Republican Committee; Village of Lewiston Mayor Anne Welch; Niagara County Sheriff's Office; Lewiston Police Department; DJ P-Nasty; Premier Sound DJ's; Moving Music; Grand Island Fire Co.; Grand Island Chamber of Commerce; the Ciffa family; Fantasy Island; the Rajatasek family; Grand Island Republican Committee; and Cornerstone Church.
Interested groups or businesses looking to participate should contact event coordinator Melissa Morinello at 716-799-4240 or [email protected].

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