Naomi “Lolly” McGrew carefully unwrapped a piece of chocolate candy she retrieved from the multi-colored trick-or-treat bag in her lap. She also received a Halloween necklace and pin. McGrew’s favorite gift by far, though, was a book.
“We gave her a book about a horse named “Chase,” Sharai Smith and Krystin Moody said.
This Halloween transaction was, as usual, between a grown-up and children, but not in the traditional sense.