Trunk or Treat

Olivia Grandpre

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Key Club held the second annual Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 28, in the student parking lot. Trunk or Treat is an event where students decorate their cars with different themes and hand out candy to children in the community, who go trick or treating at the event.
Each parking spot was sold for five dollars, and the money was donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help find a cure for breast cancer.
Last year, the event was such a big hit that Key Club to want to make it a tradition. The money made last year was given to the Thirst Project, which has a goal of getting clean drinking water to everyone.
All students were able to be a part of it, even if they are not members of the club. During lunch, tickets were sold to buy parking spots. Even if students did not buy a spot, they were still allowed to participate in the trick or treating.
Ms. Sarah Crane was a main advisor to the Key Club officers in planning the event. After all participants enjoyed the event so much last year, she could not wait for this year’s event.
“I love seeing all of the different decorations that the students come up with and the kids enjoying themselves,” Ms. Crane said.
Senior Lauryn Nilson is Co-President of Key Club. She loves being a part of Key Club because it helps her serve her community and give back to others.
“Last year was a massive success and we had lots of fun and raised a lot of money for the Thirst Project, so I wanted to do it again, but with a new beneficiary. I like this event because it unites people of all ages for a great cause. It was also very festive for Halloween,” Nilson said.
Since trunk or treat was a big success again, Key Club plans to make it a tradition.

Trunk or Treat