From left, Sequim High School students Alliyah Weber, Christina Caples and Delaney Nucci hand out candy at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31.

From left, Sequim High School students Alliyah Weber, Christina Caples and Delaney Nucci hand out candy at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31.

PHOTOS: Halloween, modified for 2020

The Dynamic Duo of Batman and Robin (Truman, 5, and Archer, 2), accompanied by parents Luke and Aubrey Leishman of Sequim, enjoy some trick-or-treating at the Sequim High School’s Halloween event, modified this year for drive-thru and walk-thru guests. Sequim Gazette photos by Michael Dashiell

From left, Sequim High School students Alliyah Weber, Christina Caples and Delaney Nucci hand out candy at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31.

From left, Sequim High School students Alliyah Weber, Christina Caples and Delaney Nucci hand out candy at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

From left, Sequim High School students welcome guests at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Jack Van De Wege, center, took top student costume honors for his Jackie Moon basketball costume. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Kayleen McDonald of the Sequim unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsuila delivers bagged lunches to a waiting car as unit director Tessa Jackson looks on at left during a drive-thru Halloween in front of the organization’s Sequim facility on Oct. 31. Besides lunch bags, trick-or-treaters were offered hats, treats and coloring books. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

It’s a packed Halloween holiday drive-thru at the Sequim Elks Lodge on Saturday. Volunteers served about 450 children during the event, Elks representative Karen Lewis said. “A big thank you to all the parents for bringing the little ghosts and goblins out — we look forward to doing it again next year,” Lewis said. Submitted photo

A masked Elroy the Elk greets youths at the Sequim Elks Lodge’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Submitted photo

By Matthew Nash

Sequim Gazette

and Michael Dashiell

Sequim Gazette

From left, Sequim High School students Alliyah Weber, Christina Caples and Delaney Nucci hand out candy at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

From left, Sequim High School students Alliyah Weber, Christina Caples and Delaney Nucci hand out candy at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

From left, Sequim High School students welcome guests at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Jack Van De Wege, center, took top student costume honors for his Jackie Moon basketball costume. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

From left, Sequim High School students welcome guests at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Jack Van De Wege, center, took top student costume honors for his Jackie Moon basketball costume. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

From left, Sequim High School students welcome guests at SHS’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Jack Van De Wege, center, took top student costume honors for his Jackie Moon basketball costume. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Kayleen McDonald of the Sequim unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsuila delivers bagged lunches to a waiting car as unit director Tessa Jackson looks on at left during a drive-thru Halloween in front of the organization’s Sequim facility on Oct. 31. Besides lunch bags, trick-or-treaters were offered hats, treats and coloring books. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Kayleen McDonald of the Sequim unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsuila delivers bagged lunches to a waiting car as unit director Tessa Jackson looks on at left during a drive-thru Halloween in front of the organization’s Sequim facility on Oct. 31. Besides lunch bags, trick-or-treaters were offered hats, treats and coloring books. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

It’s a packed Halloween holiday drive-thru at the Sequim Elks Lodge on Saturday. Volunteers served about 450 children during the event, Elks representative Karen Lewis said. “A big thank you to all the parents for bringing the little ghosts and goblins out — we look forward to doing it again next year,” Lewis said. Submitted photo

It’s a packed Halloween holiday drive-thru at the Sequim Elks Lodge on Saturday. Volunteers served about 450 children during the event, Elks representative Karen Lewis said. “A big thank you to all the parents for bringing the little ghosts and goblins out — we look forward to doing it again next year,” Lewis said. Submitted photo

A masked Elroy the Elk greets youths at the Sequim Elks Lodge’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Submitted photo

A masked Elroy the Elk greets youths at the Sequim Elks Lodge’s drive-thru Halloween event on Oct. 31. Submitted photo

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