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Organizations find indoor options for Halloween events

October 31, 2013

Charity Gwaltney puts lollipops into a lollipop tower in preparation for First Baptist Church’s Trunk or Treat festival, which moved inside FBC’s Outreach Center due to inclement weather predictions for Halloween tonight. (Photo by Steven Nalley, SDN)

This year’s Fall Trunk or Treat Festival was supposed to be a first for First Baptist Church of Starkville.

Charity Gwaltney, FBC director of children’s ministry, said FBC had traditionally hosted inflatables outdoors and other activities inside FBC’s outreach center on or near Halloween. Trunk-or-treating combines tailgating with trick-or-treating by having families park their vehicles together and hand out candy to costumed children. It was an experiment Gwaltney said would have to wait.

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