Mesquite, NV – The Mesquite Police Department would like to thank everyone who attended and participated in Trunk or Treat. Witches, ghouls, goblins, dinosaurs, and other creative characters descended upon the Mesquite Rec Center’s soccer field to enjoy a safe Halloween celebration during the Mesquite Police Department’s 6th Annual Trunk or Treat event. Quality Towing was awarded first place for the spookiest trunk. The second place award went to the Headless Horsemen, Leroy Toombs and Tyler Mickelson.
The event was made possible through the participation and donations by the following businesses and individuals (in no particular order): Beat the Heat, Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association, Mesquite Showgirls, Dr. Marchant with Mesquite Dental, Reliance Connects, Fred Knoerzer, Danielle’s Popcorn and Chocolates, Dominos, Virgin Valley High School Art Students and Staff, Rotary Club, Special Olympics of Mesquite, Shelter Insurance, Wells Fargo Bank, Meridian Electric, Iron Mountain Cleaners, Mesquite Senior Center, Mesquite Dept. of Leisure Services, Smith’s Food and Drug Store, Virgin Valley Family Services, Winder Farms, Elks’ Lodge, Nevada Community Partnership Coalition, Mesquitoes, Mesquite Recreation Center, Aleta Ruth, Abbey Green, Vicki Waite, Star Nursery, Walley Sleppy, Jones Family, Woods Family, Mesquite Bluffs Apartments, Walmart, Ace Hardware, Mesquite 4th Ward Young Men, Mesquite Fire and Rescue, Highland Manor, Debbie Smith’s Rescue K-9s, Larry and Valerie Todd, Viktor and Vittel; Karen Fielding, Equity Title, Lex and Linda Hall, Frank Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leroy, Tom and Joanne Maher, Cindy Posselli, Connie Jonas, Andy Barton, Aaron Baker, Grayce Jones, Loadtec, Stancie Jolley, David and Deborah Ballweg, Carquest Auto Parts, Animal Control, Laura Woolsey, Mesquite Police Department Volunteers, Mesquite Police Department Explorers, the men and women of the Mesquite Police Department and many others whose contributions remain anonymous.