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Village Residents Open Doors to Campus Trick-or-Treaters


On-campus resident helps a busy bee Youngsters enjoy a fun  and safe  pre-Halloween night With decorated doors and treats galore, residents of The Village await their costumed visitors A young dalmatian tries to 'spot' what's in the bag Smiles to light up the night About 50 children of Penn College students, employees and alumni attended Wednesday’s “Trick-or-Treat Night at The Village,” co-sponsored by the Alumni Relations and Residence Life offices. Residents decorated their apartment doors, organized games and handed out treats to their 12-and-under guests, who turned up in all manner of disguise: princesses, puppies and other creatures, superheroes (including several Spider-men), firefighters and police officers, among them. Feedback was universally positive, with parents appreciating the safe environment and friendliness of residents. Photos by Becky J. Shaner, alumni relations assistant, and Michael J. Hersh, assistant director of student activities for programming

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