Lyman DECA Hosts Its First Trunk or Treat

Makayla Cetera | Lyman DECA

In the month of October, the Lyman DECA chapter hosted its first annual Trunk or Treat.

The night was full of spooks and fun! Trunk or Treat was chosen by our officer, Cole Pascoe, because he felt a need in the community for a safe Halloween event for everyone to attend.

Cole not only felt that the community didn’t have enough events, but also that the neighborhoods that kids go trick or treating in are not safe. With this concept in mind, Morgan Gonzalez and Makayla Cetera helped implement Cole’s idea and make it come to life.

Not only were there cars for the kids to get candy from, but we also had an array of different games for the kids to play. The big hit of the night was the costume contest, all of the kids acted as models and showed off their costumes. A one-year-old little boy dressed as a joker won the contest.

This was a one-of-a-kind event for the Lyman DECA chapter, since we usually host normal events to help the community by going to the food pantry.

This event has certainly changed the way we typically think about helping the community and we can’t wait to hold more events like this in the future.

This article was written by Lyman DECA Director of Public Relations, Makayla Cetera. You can follow Makayla on Twitter @makaylacetera.

Categories: Chapter Development, Chapter Resources, Community Service

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