Halloween hallways scare up a good time

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Halloween hallways scare up a good time

Grace Haug, Staff writer

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 National Honor Society hosted the annual Halloween hallway event in the cafeteria on Thursday, Oct. 25.

For many years in a row, NHS has hosted this event to provide a fun and safe place for kids to trick-or-treat. This event gives kids the chance to dress up in their costumes, and play games to win lots of candy.

NHS advisor Ms. Natalka Nejman said, “Our turn out for the Halloween hallway event  exceeded previous years. We had more clubs participating in the fun compared to years past.”

Many of BHS’s clubs participated in this fun event including DECA, Student Council, Art Club, Latin Dance Club, Health and Medicine Club, and Journalism. 

Senior NHS member Mallory Gibbons said, “It was fun seeing all of the cute kids dressed in their costumes. I had a great time helping them out while they played the games.”

The event also included many fun games run by students, for the kids to participate in. Some of the games the event had to offer were bowling, a candy walk, face painting, mummy wrap, and the haunted hallway.

Sophomore Journalism member Dylan Schohn said, “I had a great time helping out at the event. It was cool to see all the happy kids in their costumes playing games.”

At the end of the event, there were mini pumpkins participants could take home that were donated by Susie’s Garden Patch.