The Pinehurst Harris Teeter Trick or Treat and Public Safety Day was held over the weekend.

The event hosted an array of activities for participating families.

Trick or Treaters with Sheriff Godfrey and Sparky the Fire Dog (contributed photo)

Kids were able to trick or treat inside Harris Teeter.  Outside in the parking lot, children received tours of the fire trucks, and the Mobile Fire Safety House was stationed there as well.  People could drop off unused or expired medicine at the Pill Drop off Booth, and citizens were able to participate in Coffee with a Cop to build relationships with local law enforcement.

A furry guest (contributed photo)

“It’s extremely important we make ourselves available to the public in a myriad of ways,” said Sheriff Godfrey. “The Moore County Sheriff’s Office is customer-service-orientated, and we are grateful for these types of venues because it gives us an opportunity to hear from those we serve.”  

The Moore County Animal Services’ Mobile Adoption Trailer was at the event which resulted in two cats and one dog finding their forever home with their new families.

Congressman Richard Hudson & his son, Lane with Sheriff Godfrey (contributed photo)

Congressman Richard Hudson and his family were there to greet visitors, Sheriff Deputies and First Responders.





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