This Wednesday evening, M-A hosted its annual Trick-or-Treat Street, a community event that provides children with a safe environment in which they can trick-or-treat on campus. The event, which lasted about two hours, was composed of a variety of fun games in addition to just trick-or-treating. To name a few, leadership students led a sack race, pumpkin decorating, and face painting. The “houses” for trick-or-treating were classrooms staffed by various clubs which handed out candy. In addition, a DJ played music on the Green throughout the night. It seemed that not only did the trick-or-treaters have a good time, but that the student volunteers did as well.[slideshow_deploy id=’53743′]
Hello! I’m Kyle Kranen and I am currently a senior at M-A. This is my first year working on the journalism team and I am extremely excited to be writing for M-A. My interests range from tennis, to engineering, to speech & debate.
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