Port Orchard ‘trunk-or-treaters’ celebrate Halloween in style

Games, candy and other surprises awaited families in costumes who visited Christian Life Center in Port Orchard on Halloween to go “trunk-or-treating” for a safe way to spend the evening.

Princess Elsa, Princess Anna, Minions, Mickey Mouse, a dinosaur and other fantasy creations all came to take part in the festivities.

The Olalla community also took part, hosting a trunk-or-treat event of their own at Olalla Elementary School Oct. 29.

Photos were taken by Sara Miller at Christian Life Center and Lisa Wickens at Olalla Elementary School.

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