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FHS Hosts Annual ‘Safe Halloween’ Night

2015 Safe Halloween4

One of the games offered during “Safe Halloween” at FHS was trying to eat a doughnut suspended from a string.


Children from throughout the school district gathered Oct. 29 at Franklin High School for candy, games and spooky fun.

The occasion was the annual “Safe Halloween” night, organized by the high school’s student government, with participation by many of its clubs and organizations.

“This event was created to give the students of Franklin a good and safe environment to trick or treat,” said Rob Freedman, the student government advisor.

Open to students of all ages, the evening featured a variety of games, crafts and Halloween experiences delivered by the students. Many of the students showed up in their Halloween costumes.

Among the clubs participating, Freedman said, were the JROTC, the Junior Classical League, the Key Club and the Spanish Club.

“Their advisors help out to supervise the kids,” he said.

Any money raised tom the event will be donated to Hope Loves Company, a non-profit that provides emotional and educational support to young adults who have a parent afflicted with ALS.

2015 FHS “Safe Halloween” Night

 

 

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