Key Club to Host Annual “Safe Trick-or-Treat” for Kids


Previous Key Club members pose for a picture at the 2015 Safe Trick-or-Treat party.

Remy Fisher, Editor-in-Chief

East Noble High School’s Key Club is set to host their 6th annual Safe Trick-or-Treat party for children of the community.

The event is targeted towards children, with booths that provide face painting, pumpkin bowling, and “pin the nose on the pumpkin.”

Clubs such as Student Council, National Honors Society, and FFA are expected to run booths.

All profits will benefit the UNICEF Foundation and Kiwanis Foundation’s project “Eliminate.” The motif of the project is to eliminate tetanus in women who are living in developing countries.

The event will take place in the high school cafeteria from 6-8 p.m., 901 E Garden Street. Guests are asked to enter through the main doors. The event is free, but extra tickets, food, and drinks must be bought. School-appropriate costumes are encouraged!