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MTSU’s Greeks prepare to welcome children to Hallo...

MTSU’s Greeks prepare to welcome children to Halloween festivities Oct. 30

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Little goblins and ghouls will find treats galore at MTSU’s annual Trick-or-Treat on Greek Row.

The fun-filled event, which is free and open to the public, is slated for 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, along the Greek Row houses facing Rutherford Boulevard on campus. All guests are asked to park in the lot directly across the street. There is no charge for parking.

Children ages 12 and under are welcome, and they are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes. A variety of games will be available, including fishing for pumpkins, feed the monster, pirate ring toss, witch hat ring toss, corn hole, spoon race and dizzy bat.

Trick-or-Treat on Greek Row is hosted by MTSU’s Panhellenic Council with support from the North American Intrafraternity Conference fraternities, National Pan-Hellenic Council sororities and fraternities, MTSU Police Department, Housing and Residential Life, ROTC and the American Sign Language Club.

For more information, contact Leslie Merritt, director of fraternity and sorority life, at 615-898-5812 or leslie.merrritt@mtsu.edu. 


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