Carson McGuire, 4, right, dressed as Batman for Spooktakular on Friday, Oct. 30, in Warsaw. His sister Autumn Harrell, 10, opted to be a unicorn. InkFreeNews photos by Leah Sander.
By Leah Sander
WARSAW — Trick-or-treaters got to roll through Warsaw’s Spooktakular this year.
The annual Halloween event on Friday, Oct. 30, was drive-thru due to COVID-19. Businesses and organizations handed out candy to trick-or-treaters in vehicles.
That didn’t stop adults, children and at least one pet from dressing as superheroes, Disney characters, unicorns and more.
Waiting in line for candy were from left: Grant Blackburn, Ashleigh Blackburn, Everleigh Hilliard and Dakodah Hilliard. In the background is Killian Hilliard.
Community Grace Brethren Church of Warsaw Youth Pastor Shawn Mason, center, his wife Alex Mason, left, and daughter Sadie Mason dressed in a Monsters, Inc. theme.
Emersyn Devanathan, left, and Gavin Devanathan, pose while waiting in the line of vehicles.
Event volunteer Jessica Kamdar dressed up her dog, Mocha, for Spooktakular.
New Hope Free Will Baptist Church of Warsaw members choose a variety of costumes to wear while handing out candy. From left: Pastor David and Sally Cripe, Tabitha Temple, Bobbi Jo Burkhart, Maddie Temple, Bryson Spyres, Jennifer Spyres, Clare Temple, Shaylee Viers, Cindy Viers and Don Viers.