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BA hosts 5th annual safe Trick or Treat Night

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Students participating in Safe Trick or Treat Night had a chance to have their pictures taken at the freshman class photo booth. (Eric Johnson)

It’s the spooky time of the year which means candy, Trick-or-Treat, scary movies, haunted houses, and

The Renaissance club hosted their 5th annual Safe Trick or treat night last Tuesday which was a huge success, raising close to $1200. All the money raised was donated to the Mini-Thon, which was then donated to the Bouymaster. This event was held at 7pm on Tuesday night, after the parade. There was around 400 children that attended.

There were 20 rooms being used in the High school and Middle school for games and giving out candy. There were many groups working the stations including Boys and Girls basketball, Art club, Spanish club, French club, Home Ec club, NHS, FCA, Mock Trial, Cheerleaders, Aevidum and Renaissance.

The freshman class officers offered a photo booth for students and parents to pose in front of a Halloween backdrop. Those photos are available here.

The planner of everything, Mrs. Stinson says “The night was a overall success, having games, activities, and lots of candy for the kids.”

Freshman class officer Ian Clark said he thought things went well.

“We played a lot of games and made some kids happy,” he said.

Varsity cheerleading team head coach, Mrs. Shura, whose cheerleaders had a room for dancing said Safe Trick or Treat is one of her favorite school events.

“That evening was very busy, but its worth seeing the kids happy and joyful,” Mrs. Shura said.

As this event continues to grow, we have had to expand the parts of the school. We are hoping to have another one next year, maybe even make it a community event.

 

 

 

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