CHATTAHOOCHEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Chattahoochee was seriously affected by Hurricane Michael but it didn't stop residents from coming together Wednesday to celebrate Halloween.
The city restricted the activity to three locations because of safety concerns.
The Envision-Credit-Union parking lot was one of the spots designated for a Trunk-or-Treat.
Hundreds of kids and their parents came dressed up to get some candy.
Several groups pitched in to make the evening one to remember despite the devastation left behind by Hurricane Michael.
The city also had Halloween events at the First-United-Methodist-Church and the old Bradley's IGA.