Trunk or Treat a success...
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The staff and the committee of the third annual Trunk or Treat wishes to thank everyone in the community who either registered a trunk, dropped donations off at the box in City Market, the many businesses who donated generously, individuals, the other partnering agencies and the families that came to enjoy the evening trunk or treating.

A special thank you to the Moab People Movers, Old Spanish Trail Arena staff, Imagination Station, Fairfield Marriott, Monument Waste Services for their donations, and to local law enforcement, EMS services, Moab Valley Fire Department and to Air Med for their unique “spook alley.”

In order for it to be possible, it takes a community of caring people to make it happen. It’s also a positive way for anyone who wishes to, come out just to see all the children’s and adults costumes. And there were some pretty awesome, unique and scary ones this year. The extinct dinosaurs even made a grand appearance.

Thank you Moab for making it happen.

—Family Support Center

at The Christmas Box House

and the Trunk or Treat Committee

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