Safety is the number one issue on Hallowe'en Night.We moved into town from the country a few years ago and do not have many children in the neighborhood. As a result we do not see many Trick or Treaters on Halloween night. We enjoy seeing the little ones so we usually have the grandchildren come in and help with the handing out of the treats. Here are a few safety tips.
1) Be sure to put the porch lights are on at dusk to let the Trick or Treaters know you are home.If you do not want to answer the door, try to turn off the lights and go downstairs if possible, leaving the house in darkness. Parents, especially, will know the signs and skip your house.