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TRUNK OR TREAT IN EAST LIVERPOOL

This costumed family walks on a sidewalk in front of East Liverpool’s Museum of Ceramics to attend Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat in downtown. The two-hour event included more than 40 individuals and business passing out treats to 700 children and their families. The event is held in the memory of Terry “Meme” Coen, who died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer by her family, who continues to celebrate her love for the city and her legacy of service. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
John Poole, 17 months, embraced his inner lion while being led from station to station Saturday afternoon during the Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat in downtown East Liverpool. The two-hour event included more than 40 individuals and business passing out treats to 700 children and their families. The event is held in the memory of Terry “Meme” Coen, who died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer by her family, who continues to celebrate her love for the city and her legacy of service. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Tom Marlatt, a Carnegie Public Library employee, operates a station Saturday afternoon during the Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat in downtown East Liverpool. Each child received a book. The two-hour event included more than 40 individuals and business passing out treats to 700 children and their families. The event is held in the memory of Terry “Meme” Coen, who died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer by her family, who continues to celebrate her love for the city and her legacy of service. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Polly Krawiec, the daughter of Terry “Meme” Coen, distributed snacks Saturday afternoon from a station during the Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat in downtown East Liverpool. The two-hour event included more than 40 individuals and business passing out treats to 700 children and their families. The event is held in the memory of her mother, who died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer. Her family continues to celebrate Coen’s love for the city and her legacy of service. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Bentley Clark (left), 3, and Grayson Clark, 5, rock their superhero garb Saturday afternoon, as they go to each trunk station with Hayleigh Stasik, 15, during the Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat in downtown East Liverpool. The two-hour event included more than 40 individuals and business passing out treats to 700 children and their families. The event is held in the memory of Terry “Meme” Coen, who died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer by her family, who continues to celebrate her love for the city and her legacy of service. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
This line progressed down from the parking lot near to Bricker’s down a one-way street to Fifth Street for the Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat Saturday afternoon in downtown East Liverpool. The two-hour event included more than 40 individuals and business passing out treats to 700 children and their families. The event is held in the memory of Terry “Meme” Coen, who died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer by her family, who continues to celebrate her love for the city and her legacy of service. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Craig and Carey Stowers prepare to pass out candy Saturday afternoon during the Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat in downtown East Liverpool. The two-hour event included more than 40 individuals and business passing out treats to 700 children and their families. The event is held in the memory of Terry “Meme” Coen, who died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer by her family, who continues to celebrate her love for the city and her legacy of service. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Thara Watson, granddaughter of Terry “Meme” Coen, and event organizer, strings some caution tape to guide families participating Saturday afternoon during the Meme’s second annual memorial trunk and treat in downtown East Liverpool. Dressed as a flamingo for the festivities, Watson and the Krawiec family held the two-hour event, which included more than 40 individuals and businesses passing out treats to 700 children and their families, in celebration of Coen’s love for the city of East LIverpool. She died May 31, 2019, of pancreatic cancer. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Jim Krawiec, a senior patrolman with the East Liverpool Police Department, passes out candy to participants Saturday afternoon during his family’s second annual trunk and treat in memory of his deceased mother-in-law. The legacy of volunteerism displayed by Terry “Meme” Coen until her death in May 2019 of cancer was the inspiration for this two-hour event. More than 40 individuals and businesses passed out everything from candy to books to 700 children and families who participated. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)

Jim Krawiec, a senior patrolman with the East Liverpool Police Department, passes out candy to participants Saturday afternoon during his family’s second annual trunk and treat in memory of his deceased mother-in-law. The legacy of volunteerism displayed by Terry “Meme” Coen until her death in May 2019 of cancer was the inspiration for this two-hour event. More than 40 individuals and businesses passed out everything from candy to books to 700 children and families who participated. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)

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