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Track or Treat

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Photo Credit: Tyler Hill

Track or Treat is becoming a new tradition at Arlington High School. “The purpose of Track or Treat is to have a safe environment for children to go trick or treating,” said Heather Trim, a helper at this event. She is involved in HOSA with Kaitlyn Scherffius. They have a booth together at the event, and both Trim
and Scherffius enjoy it very much.

Many different clubs and organizations are involved in this event.

They will have candy to share with the community. This is a great experience for everyone who attends, especially the children getting sweet treats- tangy Sour Patch Kids, rich dark chocolate Kit Kats, or extremely sweet Smarties.

Track or Treat brings out many young families and encourages them to dress up for Halloween. All of the different booths and clubs are also dressed up in fun Halloween attire while they hand out candy. This could include superheroes, characters, animals, and so much more. For HOSA, Trim said their favorite part is getting to dress up together as a club.

This event will be all hands on deck! Heather Trim reported, “Usually around 40-50 large bags of candy are given out. We had multiple large cardboard boxes filled with bags of candy and still ended up running out last year.”

This year, Track or Treat will be located on the Arlington High School football field on Saturday, October 28th, at 5:45 pm!

Photo Credit: Tyler Hill
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