The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank everyone who made Trick or Treat on Lincoln Square possible. We had a great turnout and I believe everyone had a lot of fun.
We would like to thank those businesses, organizations and individuals that set up tour stops. Without them volunteering, this event would not be possible. The 2011 Tour Stops included: Bullfrogs & Butterflies, Louisville Gas & Electric, Bobby Shoffner - LaRue County Sheriff’s Office, The Family Worship Center, Citizen’s Union Bank, Nationwide Uniform, Moore Electronics, Phelp’s Heating & Cooling, Magnolia Bank, Hodgenville Christian Church, Ron Mather, attorney, Keep In Touch Massage Therapy, IGA Log Cabin, Lincoln National Bank, Dale Morris – LaRue County Attorney’s Office, Sunrise Manor Nursing Home, James Whitlow, attorney, Almost Home, Magic Mirror, LaRue Insurance, The LaRue County Herald News, The Lincoln Museum, The City of Hodgenville, The LaRue County Herald News, Hodgenville Post Office, Dr. Catlett – Hodgenville Clinic, Harvestland Community Church, Sallee’s Family Taekwondo, Hodgenville Christian Church, Ruthie’s Lincoln Freeze, Johnson Photography, LaHa’s Red Castle, Lincoln’s Loft, Polley family, LaRue County Protection and Permanency, Peek-A-Booth Photo Rental, The Sweet Shoppe, Garrett's Jewelry and LaRue County Board of Education. We hope to see all of you participate again next year.
We would like to thank our sponsors of the costume contest, Peek-A-Booth Photo Rental and The Awards Center. Peek-A-Booth Photo Rental made it possible for children to have their pictures made on the square.
Also, thanks to all the participants. There were 41 children who participated in the contest.
It was great to see so much participation and all of the great costumes! We would like to thank Hinton’s Orchard and Farm for helping get our stage to the square and for all of the pumpkins and other decorations they donated.
The City blocked off the square and provided our PA system and helped with set up. We would like to thank them for their time and support. Marsha Duncan and students from LaRue County High School were volunteers. They helped keep the contest categories together and direct children as they came onto the square. LaRue County Schools also helped with signage. We appreciate their time and resources.
We also appreciate LaDean Self and Andrew Morgan donating their time to help with the event. And our judges came from out of the county to make sure that we had a very neutral contest; we really appreciate their time.
In addition to all of those that are listed above, much work was done by the Chamber Board of Directors and volunteers. We really appreciate the time and support that you give the community.
Chamber of Commerce Executive Director