LEHI, Utah (ABC4 News) – In an effort to raise a little money for her dance classes, Taylor Johnson came up with the unique idea to sell ‘Trick or Treaters Welcome’ signs around her Lehi community. While plenty of people respectfully declined purchasing a sign due to simply not participating in Halloween this year due to the pandemic, Johnson said that plenty of people loved the idea.
“I thought it would be easier for little kids and their families to know that when they are trick-or-treating that ‘Oh I can go trick-or-treating there, there is someone who wants trick-or-treaters’,” said Johnson of the Halloween signs. “Some people didn’t want the signs. So it was helpful for me to know that they won’t be trick-or-treating this year.”
Johnson, a Jr. High School Student in Lehi, said that she originally got the idea from a neighborhood in Davis County.
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