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Trunk-or-Treat takes over K-dub

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Kansas Wesleyan gave back to the community this Halloween with its annual Trunk-or-Treat. The event allows Kansas Wesleyan clubs to set up a Halloween themed table at which Salina kids and families can both interact with the students and pick up candy.

The event is held by the KWU CAB, a club on campus in charge of creating fun activities for students. This year the CAB has been successful in hosting events such as “Caramel Apple Night,” “Pinterest Night,” and the “Minute to Win It” competition. “The turnout for this years Trunk or Treat was awesome! Not only did the community get involved but the different clubs and organizations on campus did an amazing job decorating their tables and making it a great experience for all,” CAB president, and winner of this year’s Trunk-or-Treat, Shelby Mann commented.

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SGA President, Kaleb Whitehair was also present at this year’s event and was happy to see all the support from the Salina community and KWU students. “I think it’s important to interact with the Salina community at events like this because it is a great opportunity to show your face as a student and network out within the community,” Whitehair commented, “you truly never know where you’ll run into someone that can help you later on, whether it be one week from now, or ten years.”

Now that halloween is over, the CAB is looking at new events to plan for the upcoming months. “Right now CAB is doing a service project for Veterans Day.  Every day this week during lunch time outside the cafeteria there will be a table for students to sign a hand with an encouraging message for our local veterans,” Shelby told the Advance earlier this week, “As for future CAB plans we have not fully decided what we want to do to celebrate Thanksgiving but after break look for our annual wreath making and cookie decorating nights to celebrate the Christmas season.”

For More information on upcoming CAB events check your KWU email, or email cab@kwu.edu.

 

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