Safe Trick-or-Treat a Family Hit

Posted on November 17, 2017 by

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Do you want your kids to have a fun and secure experience when trick-or-treating? If your answer is yes, then your kids should attend next year’s Safe Trick-or-Treat event at the Fleetwood Area High School.

Every year, the Relay for Life team conducts major activities like the haunted house, trick-or-treating, cookie decorating, pumpkin decorating, and face painting.

Due to the new officers elected each year, each and every one of them all invent new ways to redecorate or redesign the activities to best suit the new year. Relay for Life has broadened its scope of advertising and managed to bring in thirty more people this year than last year. For next year, participants plan to revamp the haunted house even more, and they are already conjuring up new decorations and ideas for each level of horror that is offered.

The trick-or-treating took place in the English hallway, which includes about ten rooms. Those who attended were offered access to the Family Consumer Science (FCS) room for the haunted house as well as the cafeteria for pumpkins and snacks. It is up to the kids to determine what level of scary they want in the haunted house.

The team offers up to three levels of horror in the haunted house.

“Besides the haunted house, the English hallway and cafeteria weren’t scary at all,” Relay For Life President Grace Aftandilov said. “The younger kids could stay safe from all the scare and focus solely on the treats. For next year, the kids could expect the event’s classic activities, such as the haunted house, trick-or-treating, cookie decorating, pumpkin decorating, and face painting. The haunted house has always been a favorite each year. This year we redecorated every aspect to encourage and welcome new visitors and the returning families.”

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