PENDLETON, OR - It was all treats and no tricks in Pendleton this afternoon.
On Main Street it has been a tradition for years for all of the shops to open their doors and more importantly their bowls of candy to the kids of the city. It is another safe trick or treating event that happens just after the kids get out of school and it is a tradition the local shops want to keep going year after year.
"I think we go through about 5-10 cases of candy," said Jason Lybrand ," said Jason Lybrand the owner of Wicked Kitty on Main Street. "We spend a lot on this, but it's good for the community because you get to see everybody that does business with you and people that maybe forget you're here."
After all the treats had been handed out it was on to the neighborhoods of Pendleton. There was still plenty of regular trick or treating to be done so the kids of Pendleton should have gone home with plenty of candy.