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Halloween Safety

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This article was originally published in the SunSentinel.

LOOKING AHEAD: Halloween is just around the corner and your child’s safety is a priority. To operate safe during this Halloween, use face paint and makeup instead of masks, always use the sidewalk on well-lit streets, children should be trick-or-treating with an adult or in groups and plan costumes that are bright and reflective. In addition to a safe Halloween, a healthy Halloween is encouraged. Treats can be a variety of fun and original items that are not food or candy. Consider items such as yo-yos, stickers, playdough, crayons, glow necklaces, and temporary tattoos. Please visit for more information.

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