Saturday, October 31, 2020

Booogota Halloween

 31-October-202

 On Saturday-31-October the Children of Bogota took to advantage of a mild day and ventured out for some trick or treating. The Bogota Police Department closed Larch Ave from W. Main St to the Teaneck border to provide a safe path for Families to travel on.  This took place in the early afternoon for convenience and safety concerns. The Bogota Police set-up a treat table in front of their headquarters. Children and Parents were offer hand sanitizing to protect themselves and other they may meet along the way.  Everyone who took advantage of this were rewarded with a choice of a bag of chips they could chose themselves. Then they continued down the street  dressed as their favorite character and looked for some  more treats. The Police table was just one of the basic scenario that would be seen through-out the day.  Along with a table table that offered a section of goodies a few other distribution  method were seen. Some houses had just a bowl of candy left near the door step with a note asking  for everyone to take only one.  With the help from Parents, or peer pressure from friends, the one section rule was followed.  A newer method was the candy chute. Homemade slides were created to allow for a safe distance to be maintained. The chutes also provided  some more entertaining moments.  One was, because the pipes making up the system could only fit a smaller size candy multiply items would be given out.  Another was the noise made as the treats traveled to their destination.
  By three o'clock  the younger children who have fulled their bags, or pumpkins, returned home. Then as the sunset older Student would make their way around the Borough looking for treats of their own. 

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