Halloween Howl is an event that New Mexico State University puts on each year to provide a safe place for kids to have fun on Halloween. Students from various clubs and organizations on campus host booths and games for kids to get candy and prizes. SAL members hosted a duck game and gave out candy.
The members set up a rubber duck game where each duck had a number written under it. When a child picked a duck, they got that number of pieces of candy. The members also helped the kids decorate bags to hold their prizes.
The members got to dress up and enjoyed seeing all the creative and cute costumes that the kids were wearing. This event was a great way for SAL members to reach out to their community and make sure that lots of kids got to have a fun and safe Halloween.
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