Rocky Mountain High School is setting up for a spootacular evening as they host their annual safe Trick-or-Treating Street event tonight. Rocky is putting safety and our community kids first this Halloween, it's time to get your candy on.

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What more could a parent ask for? Safe Trick-or-Treating, a hotdog dinner and all indoors.

Rocky Mountain High School club members get together every year to treat community kids to a safe alternative to Trick-or-Treating. They deck the halls at Rocky for kids aged 5 to 8. Club members decorate, host activities and pass out candy.

Last year they hosted some 700 Trick-or-Treaters. Little ghost's and goblins typically start lining up around 4 p.m. and the action gets underway at 5 p.m.

Don't worry about dinner as the Student Council will be hosting a hotdog dinner sale.