Trick or treating the Wrangell way
Fairy princesses, ghost, goblins, ghouls, and more than a few Wolverines milled around in the old gym last Thursday night.
The little monsters played games and bounced around in bouncy castles. They ate hot dogs and popcorn. They had about as much free fun as a Halloween-costumed kid can stand.
Organizers of the Harbor Light Assembly of God's annual Harvest Celebrationaren't exactly sure how long the event has been held, said the Rev. Kem Haggard. The event started before he arrived in Wrangell 13 years ago as an opportunity for trick-or-treaters to have safe fun indoors.
"I would say it's...