Sunday, October 26, 2008

Trick or Treat in the Res. Halls

Two Resident Assistants, Emily Tegenkamp and Megan Russell, are hoping to get volunteers to assist with their "Trick-or-Treat in the Res. Halls" program. A flier explaining the program was slipped underneath my door, and other residents' doors this past Friday. According to the flier, "this program will allow faculty and staff to bring their children and close friends to trick-or-treat throughout the residence halls."

The two RAs want willing resident students to open their doors and hand out candy to the kids. This is optional and the kids will have student guides who will know which rooms they can go to. Emily Tegenkamp, during the last Monday's Student Government Association meeting, informed others that it won't be kids running around unsupervised within the residence halls.

I think this is a good idea, though I am not planning on taking part in it. I do hope that it works out. I'm wondering how many residents have volunteered to help with this...

You can contact Megan at or Emily at for more information. They're hoping to get a good number of volunteers before Oct. 27th. Since that's tomorrow, I hope they have been successful in gaining volunteers...

1 comment:

  1. Should it not be "flier" for a handbill or notice? And a "flyer" for one who flies?