Parents, Layne and Julie, with Tyler Dussetschleger, enjoyed Trick or Treating on the Lexington Square.
Baby Andrew and Kevin Zientek stopped for a picture together, Halloween night.
Friends of 40 Acre Wood and Pizza Pro sat outside and greeted all those who dressed up for Halloween with lots of great candy.
Freeman Auto & Tire welcomed many Trick or Treaters Monday night.
This “mob” of scary goblins had pumpkins filled to the brim and overflowing before the evening was over. They all said they had a “Blast” on the Square and throughout town Halloween night.
Lexington Auto Repair, owned by Mark and Sherry Owens, hosted a great spook house at the community event. Goblins waited in line to go in.....while hoping to come out!
Kimberly Joosten’s Fourth Street Bakery had a “bounce house” (without the bounce) that had people waiting in line to go through it.
At the left, Sherry Owens is seen passing out Halloween candy after the kids exited the spook house.
Angel Kisses handed out Hershey’s Chocolate Kisses ..... dah!!
Lexington’s Chamber of Commerce shared smore’s with the community and offered hot dogs and drinks for sale.
Volunteers at the Lexington Log Cabin dressed up in pioneer days clothing.