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Trunk or Treat Draws a Huge Crowd to Support SEPAC

by Paul Saulnier
October 18, 2017

Twenty-five trunks were decorated for Halloween and the candy was filling the bags of the Trunk or Treaters.

Above, Wendy Bisazza of SEPAC, helped organize the event and was very happy with the response. " We had a VERY successful event. We had 25 trunks and around 300 Trunk or Treaters! We raised $1,100! We are super excited considering this was our first year!"

Harrison enjoyed himself as he and the others kids looked at the displays and collected candy.

Allegra Denehy, above, worked with Wendy and Marcie Randall to put on this event to raise funds for SEPAC, which uses the money for speakers and educational materials to help parents of children with special needs.

The theme for the Mancusos, Audry and Lucy and  parents Ally and Rich, was imogys

Amy and son Keane decorated their van in large gumballs

 

The check-in desk was staffed by high school juniors Katie North, above left, and Julia Guisti-Livik, both members of the National Honor Socierty.

Samantha Griffin gave her wings a rest as she walked around looking at all the decorated trunks

A distinctly oriental motif for both the van and the driver.

Braggville Engine 4 came out to support SEPAC, proudly displaying its colors.

The following photos were provided by Marcie Shein Randall of Sunschein Photography  (http://www.sunscheinphotography.com/)

 

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