PTK Sponsors "Fright Kitchen"
For additional information, contact Phi Theta Kappa faculty adviser Paul Bibbee, 304-424-8312.
Trick or treating can have a totally different meaning this Halloween.
West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter is encouraging area youngsters to collect canned goods for the needy and homeless while they trick or treat on Saturday, Oct. 28.
Canned goods and an adult will admit trick or treaters to a "Fright Kitchen" from 8 to 9 p.m. at the Parkersburg City Park Pavilion. Entertainment and games will be featured to thank the youngsters for collecting the cans of food.
All the activities are being sponsored and coordinated by WVU Parkersburg college students in the PTK international honorary.
"We’re asking that area residents purchase a few extra cans of food -- along with their candy -- to distribute on trick or treat night," Paul Bibbee, PTK faculty adviser, noted.
The collected canned goods will be given to the Salvation Army and Old Man Rivers to be provided to those less fortunate in the community.
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