Student reporters to attend trunk or treat

Mykenzi Doran

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Trunk or Treat
November 12, 2021
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Mykenzi Doran

Senior reporter Avery Reid designed and made stickers for trunk or treaters. Each sticker says “Future Mountain Echo Reporter”.

On Sunday, Oct. 24, Overflow Church and Bethany Lutheran Church will be hosting a combined “trunk or treat” that is lined vertically up Second Avenue. Starting at 3 p.m., many people in the community will dress up in costumes, decorate the trunks of their vehicles and hand out candy.

“I might just use one of my old panda heads, but I also got this gold chain thing with the money sign on it and I will say it — its super swag. I’m most excited to hang out with my friends,” senior Connor George said.

Students from the staff will join students from the Horseshoe Yearbook staff and even students from other organizations to hand out candy. The trunk or treat will end at 5 p.m.