Quincy’s Main Street was teeming with kids of all ages and their families as the annual Safe Trick or Treat, sponsored by the Quincy Chamber of Commerce got underway Oct. 31. Local businesses and organizations handed out treats to the costumed children. As always the Plumas County Courthouse proved to be a popular spot with county departments handing out candy and the Sheriff’s Office, California Highway Patrol and Quincy Fire allowing the kids to sit in their vehicles.
A treasure map led trick-or-treaters from a haunted house at Gott Powersports to a pumpkin coloring contest at American Valley Hardware to Grocery Outlet and Save More in East Quincy. In between businesses gave out candy and the Bargain Boutique provided free dental supplies. Plumas Unified School District offered candy, games and water on its lawn area.
Below are just some of the fun costumes that could be seen along Main Street.