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SKCTC Trunk-or-Treat

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Although Halloween isn’t until Thursday, Southeast Community & Technical College hit things off Oct. 24 at the Harlan Campus for younger trick-or-treaters. Children from KCEOC headstarts around the county were able to venture through a spooky corridor of monsters, who placed a variety of candies in their bags and led them out back for more Halloween fun. Set up outside, costumed students and staff had a number of tents and car trunks decorated for the season. The children walked in a line receiving even more sweets before ending their trip with a train ride behind the building.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Although Halloween isn’t until Thursday, Southeast Community & Technical College hit things off Oct. 24 at the Harlan Campus for younger trick-or-treaters. Children from KCEOC headstarts around the county were able to venture through a spooky corridor of monsters, who placed a variety of candies in their bags and led them out back for more Halloween fun. Set up outside, costumed students and staff had a number of tents and car trunks decorated for the season. The children walked in a line receiving even more sweets before ending their trip with a train ride behind the building.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Although Halloween isn’t until Thursday, Southeast Community & Technical College hit things off Oct. 24 at the Harlan Campus for younger trick-or-treaters. Children from KCEOC headstarts around the county were able to venture through a spooky corridor of monsters, who placed a variety of candies in their bags and led them out back for more Halloween fun. Set up outside, costumed students and staff had a number of tents and car trunks decorated for the season. The children walked in a line receiving even more sweets before ending their trip with a train ride behind the building.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Although Halloween isn’t until Thursday, Southeast Community & Technical College hit things off Oct. 24 at the Harlan Campus for younger trick-or-treaters. Children from KCEOC headstarts around the county were able to venture through a spooky corridor of monsters, who placed a variety of candies in their bags and led them out back for more Halloween fun. Set up outside, costumed students and staff had a number of tents and car trunks decorated for the season. The children walked in a line receiving even more sweets before ending their trip with a train ride behind the building.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Although Halloween isn’t until Thursday, Southeast Community & Technical College hit things off Oct. 24 at the Harlan Campus for younger trick-or-treaters. Children from KCEOC headstarts around the county were able to venture through a spooky corridor of monsters, who placed a variety of candies in their bags and led them out back for more Halloween fun. Set up outside, costumed students and staff had a number of tents and car trunks decorated for the season. The children walked in a line receiving even more sweets before ending their trip with a train ride behind the building.

By Emily Perkins

emily.perkins@harlandaily.com