More than 150 children dressed as princesses, super heroes and other costumed characters came out to Village Park on Sunday, October 23 for the Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s 2nd Annual Trail and Treat event.

The crisp and sunny fall weather was a perfect backdrop for kids to collect treats, ride the trail and enjoy many activities such as painting rocks, crafting and face-painting. Musical entertainment was provided by the very talented students from Princeton School of Rock.

“The event’s great success was due in part to the generous local business donations,” said LHT board member Lindsey Bohra. “We can’t thank them enough for their continued support for these community oriented events.”

“We are very fortunate to have so many dedicated volunteers work with the LHT,” added LHT board member Jill Young. “The trail is built for the community, by the community, and it is events like this that remind us that in working together, we can help to create long-lasting family memories.”


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