November 02, 2021

Halloween 2021 - The Return of October Traditions

Maryhurst hosted trick-or-treats, fall festivals, and decorating contests aplenty

For the Maryhurst residential program, October is a time to get into the spirit: spooky decorations, candy, seasonal food, and more. COVID-19 unfortunately derailed many of the the festivities last year, but the return of trick-or-treating, hallway decoration, fall festivals, and all the other activities has been really special to see. Our staff goes to great lengths to in order to make memorable moments for their clients and peers, and the youth in our programs feel so cared for and lifted up.

We love the Halloween season, and we couldn't have done it without the help of volunteers from McGriff Insurance Services, Trinity Presbyterian, First Financial Bank, and more! If you'd like to volunteer at a future Maryhurst event, contact clucas@maryhurst.org to learn more.

 

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