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Boys Town Washington D.C. hosts Trunk or Treat

Halloween Trunk or Treat

On October 30, Boys Town Washington D.C. hosted a Trunk or Treat for the second year.

Last year the event was exclusively for the Boys Town kids but this year they decided to make it into a community event for everyone to come and partake in the spooky fun and Halloween celebration.

The turnout for this year included Family Home children, Care Coordination families and community kids. The local Fire Department also stopped by and during their visit they got an emergency call, so the kids got to see the firefighters in action and a lightshow from the firetruck.

The event was a great way to celebrate Halloween and also raise awareness of Boys Town.

"Boys Town is all about family and community," said Wesley Tomlinson, Development Coordinator, Boys Town Washington D.C. "Events like this help raise awareness for our mission but also create a safe and fun environment for other families to enjoy. It's always really great seeing all of our children and families come together."

Costume highlights included Laura Santa-Maria, Director of Family Home Program, Boys Town Washington D.C., who dressed up as a character from the movie Coco, a Family-Teaching couple who brought their daughter dressed as a cute Minnie Mouse and a skeleton from Day of the Dead.

Thanks to everyone who came out to Boys Town and participated in this year's Halloween celebration. It was spooktacular!

Jurrasic Car