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Julie Mohr, a budget accountant for the City of Bettendorf, runs back into City Hall for its annual trick-or-treat event on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019.
Liz Solis-Willis, Bettendorf's interim Parks and Recreation director, hands out candy to Emersyn Holland, 3, of LeClaire, during Bettendorf City Hall's trick-or-treat event on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019.
Two-year-old Yogan Bala, of Bettendorf, accepts candy from interim Parks Director Liz Solis-Willis during a trick-or-treat party at Bettendorf City Hall.
Nova Lucas of Bettendorf carries around her bag of goodies while trick-or-treating at Bettendorf City Hall on Halloween morning.
Bettendorf Police Sgt. Jeff Nelson waves to Hussain Sammour, of Bettendorf, after handing him a coloring book during City Hall's trick-or-treat event on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019.
Christy Zemo, who works in accounts payable for the City of Bettendorf, hands out candy to two-year-old Theodore Penilo, of Bettendorf, last week as Bettendorf City Hall opened the doors to trick-or-treaters.
Parents remove their children's snow gear on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019, before heading into Bettendorf City Hall's trick-or-treat event.
Caroline Voigt, 2, of Bettendorf, begins to walk to her next treat stop during the Bettendorf City Hall's trick-or-treat event on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019.
A steady crowd of young trick-or-treaters found a way to keep warm when Mother Nature dumped snow on Halloween by visiting Bettendorf City Hall.
City employees dressed in costume and decorated City Hall for the annual Halloween party. The event was open to children age 5 and under.
In addition to sweet treats, trick-or-treaters received other treats as they met city staff, police officers and firefighters.
Here are some of the scenes from the Halloween party on Thursday, Oct. 31: