Photo Essay: Clubs host spooky games for community kids

Rebecca Irby, Reporter

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Scary goblins, super heroes and beautiful princesses lined up to go through the Student Union on Oct. 31 for the annual Trick-or-Treat Street. The event is put on by Seward County Community College’s clubs for the community’s children to have a safe place to go trick-or-treating.

Club members dress up in costumes, decorate the student union and come up with games for the children to play … and of course, there’s candy and semi-spooky music.

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Nayeli Galan, Liberal freshman, hands out candy to children. The cheer team hosted a ping pong ball toss game for the trick-or-treaters..

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A line of families stretched out of the doors of SCCC’s student union as eager trick-or-treaters wait for sweets. Hundreds streamed through on the chilly night.

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Festively dressed students from the Hispanic-American Leadership Organization (HALO) pass out candy to trick-or-treaters.

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Kids and parents wore a variety of costumes and face paint for Halloween.

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SCCC clubs, such as the art club, helped at Trick or Treat street.

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