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Organizations give out candy at Trunk or Treat

Henry Mohl (middle) stands at his football themed vehicle. He said, “This event is pretty cool and it’s safer than normal trick-or-treating.”

Henry Mohl (middle) stands at his football themed vehicle. He said, “This event is pretty cool and it’s safer than normal trick-or-treating.”

Aidan Moran

Henry Mohl (middle) stands at his football themed vehicle. He said, “This event is pretty cool and it’s safer than normal trick-or-treating.”

Aidan Moran

Aidan Moran

Henry Mohl (middle) stands at his football themed vehicle. He said, “This event is pretty cool and it’s safer than normal trick-or-treating.”

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Aidan Moran
Mr. Adrian Portland poses with his spotted lanternfly themed vehicle for the Ecology Club. The vehicle was decorated with many pictures of the spotted lanternfly and even a phone number that could be used to contact specialists for reported sightings. He said, “The car is to spread the message about the spotted lantern fly. It’s an invasive species that is in Pennsylvania now. In Berks County, they are infested with them.”

Aidan Moran
Henry Mohl (middle) stands at his football themed vehicle. He said, “This event is pretty cool and it’s safer than normal trick-or-treating.”

Jamiliah Phillip-Johnson
Freshman Aiyana Brode (top right) poses with family and friends. She said, “We chose it [the theme] because we both like football and we ended up with the Eagles and the Steelers because those are our families’ favorite teams.”

Freshman Evan Woodward runs the can knock down game, one of the Halloween themed games, at the event. In the game, the participant attempts to knock down a set of several cans using a ball. He said, “This is a good event for the kids. It’s good to see the kids get dressed up. It’s good for the community to get out there, getting service hours.”

Aidan Moran
7th grader Sarah Malek poses with the Peanuts themed trunk. She said, “I chose this [theme] because it’s from a classic Halloween movie, and I also got a rock.”

Bailey Thomas
When asked “What are you tonight?” 1st grader Nolan Davis replied, “A phantom.” When asked, “How do you like trick-or-treating?” he said, “Good! It’s fun!”

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