Want to go trick-or-treating and still make it to the football game on time?
You can have your candy and eat it, too, thanks to the Blaine High School Associated Student Body (ASB) this year.
The ASB is inviting community members to come early to the Halloween home football game for some trick-or-treating with a tailgating twist. Introducing a trunk-or-treat event before the football game, ASB students are giving busy parents a helping hand so that the little ones don’t have to miss out on all the candy-gobbling fun.
Cars and booths will be lined up in the parking lot before the game to hand out candy and treats to costumed children.
The idea is to offer a fun and safe trick-or-treating environment that high school students, local businesses, parents and football fans can take part in without missing out on the gridiron action.
“We want to encourage local businesses and community members to participate and bring candy to hand out,” said ASB press liason Lauren Kordas in an email.
The trunk-or-treating will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 31.
The game against Nooksack Valley starts at 7 p.m.
For more information on how to participate in the trunk-or-treat event, please call Charity Garza at 360/303-6768.