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Kim Gonzales, the branch manager of the Bank of Highwood-Fort Sheridan, hands out candy to Jaedon Soto, 8, of Highwood, at the Highwood Chamber of Commerce’s downtown trick-or-treat event Oct. 24. Photos by Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media
Marlee Martinez, 4, of Highwood, dresses as a clown to trick-or-treat.
Marco’s Northside Grill employee Caroline Kucera hands out candy in front of the restaurant.
Rodrigo Castrejon, 3, of Highwood, dresses as Woody from “Toy Story” for Halloween.
Sam Rakestraw, Freelance Reporter
2:04 am CDT October 29, 2019

Businesses and residents of Highwood got an early start on the Halloween festivities with more than two dozen locations around the Metra station welcoming trick-or-treaters on Oct. 25.  The Highwood Chamber of Commerce has said that this year’s event turnout is the largest of these last five years with more business supplying candy and Halloween goodies and more than 300 children participating.