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The Trunk or Treat this year will be at the Old Spanish Trail Arena where the new ballpark area is. There will be lighting, and electrical outlets and plenty of parking. However, we are in need of more registered vehicles for trunks. It does not have to be a vehicle all decorated up. It can be anything with wheels or even a lawn chair. The children don’t care; we all know what they want.

There will also be transportation provided by a new business here, “The Moab People Mover.” They have offered to do this free of charge to those parents that have no other means of getting out to the event. They want all the children to be able to participate. Thank you, Jerry Dolejs and Charlotte Mates with US Utah Bus and a big thanks to Canyonlands Copy Center in providing the flyers to the schools.

Businesses, agencies and individuals: please consider putting in a trunk to make the Trunk or Treat successful this year for the Moab families. Candidates, what better way to get to know the families of Grand County and them to know you?

Also, donations of candy and or non-food items are needed to assure that all the trunks have enough for the full three hours.

For transportation, donation questions or how to register a vehicle call 970-986-9766 or 435-259-1658 for more information.

Thank you Moab community.

—The Family Support Center Staff and

Trunk or Treat Committee Members


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