school children and their parents are invited to Reinhardt College's
annual community Trick-or-Treat starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, October
29, 2005. During the event, visitors tour through the specially
decorated residence halls, collecting candy and making memories along
The annual event is a fun way for the Reinhardt students to give back to the local community, said Monique S. Jordan, Reinhardt's interim director of residence life. The event also provides a safe place for families to trick or treat, regardless of the weather.
"We are really excited about our themed halls this year and we hope kids and parents are excited about coming here," Jordan said. "This year, we have a pumpkin patch in one hall and another building will have a 'hauntedï' hall, which will be for children seven years-old or older."
The tour begins in the lobby of Smith Johnston Hall (the large dorm to the right of the front entrance of the College) on the College's main campus in Waleska, Ga. Parents are encouraged to bring their cameras for pictures on the halls or with well-known characters like Spider Man, a character from Star Wars and the Reinhardt Eagle. A big crowd attends each year, so Reinhardt public safety personnel will be on hand to help with parking and traffic flow.
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