Farmingville, NY – On October 31, Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright co-hosted her first annual “Trunk or Treat” event with the Cornerstone Bible Church and Kids’ Clubhouse. Batman, Cinderella, Mini Mouse, Groot, and many others were also in attendance to say, “Trunk or Treat!” and provide goodies for all. Councilwoman Cartright, dressed as “Little Red Riding Hood” and her daughter, the “Baby” Bad Wolf, had a decked-out trunk to greet the trick or treaters looking for something sweet to eat.Cornerstone Church and Kid's Clubhouse both strive to be involved in the community and wanted to afford peace of mind to parents taking their children trick or treating by providing a safe environment. The peanut free event also had non-candy options, such as Halloween stickers, pins and other knick-knacks that could be enjoyed by all; especially for those children with severe allergies. Games and coffee for the adults rounded out the fun-filled event.“I was happy to host this event for families and residents in the community. The turnout for our first year was excellent and I appreciate the partnership of the Cornerstone Church and Kid's Clubhouse. Both organizations work diligently to make our children a priority” said Councilwoman Cartright. To see how Kids’ Clubhouse and Cornerstone Bible Church are staying involved in their community please visit their websites: Kids Clubhouse Suffolk and Corner Stone PJs.
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