Killdeer holds spooky celebrations

This Hallowen, several community events were put together for young ghouls and goblins to celebrate the candy coated holiday.

The Killdeer Ambulance Services gave out candy, glowsticks, drinks and balloons. The kids also got to meet with police officers and firefighters.

The Hilltop Home for Comfort let trick-or-treaters in  to meet with the residents giving out candy.

The High Plains Cultural Center also held the Killdeer Community Halloween Carnival. The activities included ghoulish games, freaky fun and frightening food.


Photos by Zak Wellerman and Nicole Nowitzki


A bumble bee mom and triceatops kid pose at the Ambulance Building.
Firefighter Ryan Praus and police officer McKenzie Spack pose with trick-or-treaters at the Ambulance Building.
A young Statue of Liberty gets some candy from a Hilltop resident.
Hilltop residents give out candy to kids.
Two kids play a game with balloons and brooms at the HPCC.

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