Hundreds of families turned up to celebrate Halloween a little early Friday thanks to the efforts of a pair of Seguin residents.
Gilbert Ceballos and Mark Hernandez realized that some children many not have the opportunity to celebrate Halloween this year due to the pandemic and wanted to give them a little something to smile about. The pair organized a trunk-or-treat-style event in the Seguin Crossroads shopping center.
Children danced to the beat as a DJ spun tunes, and visited numerous community members and friends of Ceballos and Hernandez, who spent hundreds of dollars on treats.
Also present at the trunk-or-treat event were members of the Seguin Fire Department and Guadalupe County Pct. 1 Constable James Springer, who illuminated the shopping center with lights from their vehicles while passing out candy to children.
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