Letter: Neighbors keep Halloween tradition alive | PostIndependent.com

Letter: Neighbors keep Halloween tradition alive

As dusk turned to dark and the Halloween festivities began on Wednesday night, the residents of West Glenwood helped make some sweet memories for children trick-or-treating. My family walked through leaf-filled yards decorated with fall decor, pumpkins aglow and signs supporting a myriad of candidates. Our interactions were welcoming, sincere and the general sentiment was kindness. Our children had fun and felt safe, and as the weight of their candy bags increased, I thought about how fortunate we are to live in our community. As a resident of West Glenwood, a big thank you for leaving on your porch lights, opening your doors, keeping a tradition alive and for being good neighbors. Now, let us all sit back, steal candy from our kids, read our voter guide and go vote! Let’s keep this community strong!

Ingrid Wussow

Glenwood Springs

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