Safe Trick or Treating for Children Provides Fun for College Students

Oct 26, 2010


Safe Trick or Treating

Two hundred University of Scranton students in 44 resident hall floors provided a “Safe Trick or Treat” event for more than 200 area children from United Neighborhood Centers, Friends of the Poor and the campus community. The University’s Community Outreach Office organized the event. Among The University of Scranton students participating are first row (kneeling), from left: Brianne Smudin, Whiting, N.J.; Dana Ramalho, Pittstown, N.J.; and Maureen Bulllis, Carlisle. Second row, from left, are: Nicole Quaranta, North Brunswick, N.J.; Meghan Lynch, Orefield; Alexa Reigstad, Sparta, N.J.; Rebecca Gratzl, Wyckoff, N.J.; Nicole Clemson, Dallas; and Devon Cohen, Ambler.


Safe Trick or Treating

Among The University of Scranton students participating are (from left): University of Scranton first year students Dana Ramalho, Pittstown, N.J., an undecided major; Devon Cohen, Ambler, occupational therapy; and Maureen Bullis, Carlisle, international business; providing treats to Tyriek Moody.

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