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Updated: 10/28/2013 08:00:01AM

Trunk O' Treats offers candy at Muscle Car City

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Mailman Patrick Kloss, 5, is out to deliver his priority packages with his 2-year-old sibling, Connor, who hitching a ride as they make their way up and down the parking lot at Muscle Car City, Punta Gorda, during the 5th annual Trunk O' Treats on Friday night. Close to 900 costumed children came out for the annual event sponsored by Burnt Store Presbyterian Church.

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Liam Saari, 2 1/2, accepts a piece of candy from Larry Kissinger, who came down on his knee for the little Mickey Mouse. Kissinger was one of 64 participants who decorated their trunks and handed out candy at the 5th annual Trunk O' Treats held Friday evening at Muscle Car City, Punta Gorda.

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Saundra Mullis, the "ugly witch," met her match in Sean Garrigus, 12, a scary looking zombie while handing out candy at the annual Trunk O' Treats.

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Almost 6 months old, Sofia Lukyamuzi attended her first Trunk O' Treats with her sisters, Mackenzie, 5, and Gabriella, 3, where they also received free hot dogs and drinks courtesy of the Burnt Store Presbyterian Church.

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Gayle and Linda Morris with their haunted house were visited by Maddie Bray, 8, who came for candy.

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Pete Gaylord the pirate kneels down to hand out candy to the little ones like Arianna Bradford, 2 1/2, who came dressed as a princess for the annual Trunk O'Treats Friday evening.

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Steve Clevenger was having just as much fun as the children, as he handed out candy to kids like Dannielle Ball, 6, followed by Captain America aka her father, Eric Ball.

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Ruth Landau held out her pumpkin filled with candy for Krista Hoots, 7, to choose her own candy.

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The Times, Secker and Welborn families take a break to enjoy the free hot dogs provided by the Burnt Store Presbyterian Church.

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Jeslynn McLucas, 11, painted up as a puppy for the Trunk O' Treats event held Friday evening at Muscle Car City, Punta Gorda.

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Ambulance attendants Dan and Marge Garritt explain about their ambulance passenger, Herkermere, to Jenna Kiddell, 11, and her sister, Makayla, 13.

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Two-year-old train conductor Cash Porcaro, riding his train up and down the parking lot at the annual Trunk O' Treats at Muscle Car City, Punta Gorda.

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