This article was written for
The Call weekly newspaper in southern Schuylkill County.
This article was published October 22, 2009.
PSU Schuylkill sets safe
State Schuylkill’s Adult Student Organization is hosting a
safe trick-or-treat night on Wednesday, October 28 from
4:00-6:00 p.m. on the Mall Walk that leads through the
center of campus. County residents are invited to bring
their children, under 12, to the campus for free candy and
activities. This is the inaugural experience for what is
anticipated to become an annual event.
Schuylkill Haven, PA (Penn State) October 22, 2009 – The
Adult Student Organization at Penn State Schuylkill is
hosting a safe trick-or-treat night on Wednesday, October 28
from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Families are invited to dress in costume
and bring their children (under 12) to enjoy this free event
on the Mall Walk that leads through the center of campus.
two dozen student organizations, faculty and staff groups
will be distributing candy to attendees. There will also be
the opportunity to participate in a variety of
age-appropriate activities. The idea for this event came
Cicero, president of the Adult Student Organization.
is Cicero a student at Penn State Schuylkill, but he is also
a Schuylkill County resident and father so he knows the
importance of having events that are family friendly in the
community. His group has been working hard to make sure that
this is a successful event. Cicero said,
feel this event will build stronger relations within the
community. It is a great opportunity to show off our various
clubs and organizations while adding some fun to the
like to see this event run
annually. I want people to know they are always welcome here
at the Schuylkill Campus.”
Mark your calendars for next
Wednesday evening. Penn State Schuylkill’s Safe
Trick-or-Treat night will make an excellent stop for your
family on their way to the
Orwigsburg Halloween Parade.
State encourages qualified persons with disabilities to
participate in its programs and activities. If you
anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have
questions about the physical access provided, please contact
Jeff Fazio, Assistant Director of Student Affairs,
570-385-6246 in advance of your participation or visit. Penn
State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity,
and the diversity of its workforce.
Fazio, Assistant Director of Student affairs
Penn State Schuylkill