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Caravan brings Halloween treats to East Aldine community

Dozens of cars and vans joined in the parade, some driven by individuals, others by organizations and civic clubs. The East Aldine District provided lots of sweets and treats that were handed out along the way

East Aldine District sponsored a community Halloween “Spook-tacular” that safely brought treats and costumes to neighborhoods and kids around the Aldine area.

The Candy & Costume Caravan started 10 a.m. at the East Aldine Town Center, and for four hours wound its way through the residential neighborhoods, where families lined the streets waiting for the fun and decorated autos and vans to pass by. The Caravan ended the trip at James Drive Park on Bentley.

Participating in the Caravan were groups and businesses, including the East Aldine District, Lone Star College, Aldine ISD, civic clubs, the Boy Scouts, BakerRipley, and Avalos P-Tech, as well as many individuals.

Cars in the parade included State Representative Armando Walle, Pct. 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia staff, Green Forest Civic Club, Hope Clinic, and others.