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Trick-or-Treat Tradition Returns to The Village at Penn College


Raggedy Ann and Andy, a pair of "living dolls"
Raggedy Ann and Andy, a pair of “living dolls”
The Wildcat and friend form a super alliance.
The Wildcat and friend form a super alliance.
A Village resident offers a wet-suit welcome.
A Village resident offers a wet-suit welcome.
The children of Paul R. Watson II, assistant dean of integrated studies-programs, join in the larger-than-life fun.
The children of Paul R. Watson II, assistant dean of integrated studies-programs, join in the larger-than-life fun.
Where's Waldo? Hangin' out with friends, of course.
Where’s Waldo? Hangin’ out with friends, of course.

“Trick or Treat Night at the Village” again offered a safe and friendly Halloween venue for 12-and-under children of Penn College students, employees and alumni. Residents of the on-campus housing complex adorned their doors, hosted activities and distributed goodies Thursday to their cutely clad visitors, who ranged from superheroes and princesses to cowboys and pirates.  The Alumni Relations and Residence Life offices partner on the event, a consistently enjoyable (and equally anticipated) fall tradition.
Photos by Becky J. Shaner, alumni relations assistant

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