Safe Trick-or-Treat Better than Ever

Posted on October 27, 2011 by


Last night on 26 October, the FAHS Relay for Life time hosted its annual Safe Trick-or-Treat event at the high school.

People under the age of eighteen are admitted into the event for only $5.00 while parents or students over the age of eighteen who are accompanying minors get in for free.

The haunted journey started upon entering the high school through the office entrance. From there, children stopped at each of the classrooms on the first floor, where students in the Relay for Life club will handed out candy.

Safe Trick-or-Treat accepts candy donations faculty, staff, students, and community members. The club is always looking for wrapped candy that can be handed out at the classrooms.

In the cafeteria, there was also plenty to do. There was cookie decorating and balloon animals made by more of the Relay for Life team.  Face painting was also available.

Located at the end of the hallway was the haunted house where, for just a few more dollars, participants could walk through the always popular attraction.

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