GD&T to sponsor Trunk-or-Treat

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Guttenberg's first annual Trunk-or-Treat will be held during Trick-or-Treating Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5-7 p.m. in the elementary playground. Parents and Halloween-spirited community members are invited to the Clayton Ridge Elementary School playground to participate in the first ever Trunk-or-Treat event in Guttenberg. 

What's a trunk-or-treat? Think tailgating combined with traditional trick-or-treating. "During a Trunk-or-Treat, people gather in a large lot to park their cars, open their decorated trunks (or pick-up truck beds), and pass out candy to young trick-or-treaters. Trunk-or-Treats are a growing trend, because they provide a safe, family-oriented environment, and are a fun way to get involved in trick-or-treating if you live in a neighborhood that doesn't get a lot of Halloween traffic," says Moser. 

Teens and adults can also use the opportunity to get in on the Halloween fun, dressing up on a theme to match their trunks. Children's books, games, or movies make great themes, and even classic cars can get in on the fun. Participants will get to vote for their favorite trunk.

Those who plan to decorate a trunk should call the Welcome Center at 252-2323, and children who participate should bring one canned food item to be donated to the Clayton County Food Shelf. For more ideas and any questions, call 252-2323.

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