Fall Fest/Trunk or Treat 2016 raises money for worthy causes


Nylah Safforld , Staff Writer

Mysterious monsters, creeping clowns, and wicked witches.

The National Honor Society and Key Club hosted the second Fall Fest/Trunk or Treat duo. The event ran from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Many elementary students came out for a night of fun.

For the event, family and friends gathered for a fun-filled nightAi??of Halloween costumes, entertainment, and food.Ai??National Honors Society (NHS) members were inside playing games with children and selling delicious treats. Meanwhile, Key Club members hosted the trunk or treat outside. Candy was handed out to kids from club member’s decorated car trunks.

“It is cute to see all of the costumes and trick or treaters.” said Key Club adviser Ms. Susan Neff-Ross. Her favorite costume this year was a fairy with light-up wings.

The clubs also both took this opportunity to raise money for UNICEF and United Way. The event was a big success! Each club raised quite a few dollars for each cause.

NHS adviser Ms. Theresa Onody shared her favorite aspect of the event.

“It’s neat seeing the little kids come in their costumes,” she said.

NHS president Katie Volpe agreed. “Well, I love seeing kids having fun, and getting in the spirit of Halloween.”