Trunk-or-Treating is a Real Thrill

By: Rachel Collier Email
By: Rachel Collier Email

If you didn't see many trick-or-treaters on Halloween, it might be because they were all trunk-or-treating at Living Hope Baptist Church.

While families and kids waited in line to see the notorious trunks, kids played games and interacted with volunteers dressed as bible characters.

"It's a safe place, and not only that but you know they're being educated about our beliefs," says Carla Reagan, a member at Living Hope, "it's really a safe friendly fun environment, and everyone's just wonderful here."

Firefighters also passed out candy as well as WKU's mascot, Big Red. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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