ASU Mid-South Halloween Bash set for return
Kids invited to college for frightful fun from 2: 30 to 5 p. m.
firstname.lastname@example.org For the third straight year, ASU Mid-South has invited every student in grades K-3 from all Crittenden County elementary schools for trick-or-treating on the college campus. The “Halloween Bash” festivities will be held on the ASU Mid-South campus in the Donald W. Reynolds Center on Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31, from 4:30 to 6: p.m.
This year, the college has partnered with ASU Mid-South to offer a safe, indoor candy-collecting opportunity. The event is a community service event and employees and student groups will be dressed in costumes and will pass out candy to trick-or-treaters.
Children should wear their costumes. Parents must accompany children who attend the event. Please do not drop children off and leave them unattended.
Older siblings of children in grades K-3 are also welcome to come. Last year, the Halloween Bash provided a much needed haven for trick-or-treaters when heavy rains threatened to wash away Halloween festivities.
A massive crowd made its way like a zombie horde to the campus of ASU Mid-South. Chancellor Debra West offered a end-of-night recap after a busy, busy bash.
“The second annual ASU Mid-South Halloween Bash is in the books and it was also off the chain,” said West. “This event is our little way of giving back. We hope the people of Crittenden County enjoyed it as much as we did.”