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October 23, 2013
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Sheriff’s office prepares for Safety Street

Close to 1,500 trick-or-treaters are expected to ravage the CVIC Hall this Halloween in pursuit of candy. The 20th annual Trick-or-Treat Safety Street is 3-8 p.m. Oct. 31. “People can come and get to know their local nonprofits and businesses,” said Deputy Teresa Duffy of Douglas County Sheriff’s Youth Services. “They’re here to help kids have a safe and enjoyable Halloween without going house-to-house.” More than 100 volunteers make the event possible, which includes 25 candy-bearing booths, raffles and prizes. “It takes over 100 volunteers because it’s the single largest event in Douglas County on actual Halloween,” Duffy said. “We …

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