|Israel (age 2) is too busy with a lollipop to do any artwork|
The program featured a dozen craft or activity tables, along with stations for kids to pick up candy. While most of the activities featured stops for the children to paint masks, ghosts or pumpkins, there were also stations for games and cookie decoration.
|Paige Hawkins, Racheal Beeman and Ronald Troutman held decorate ghosts.|
|RD Chandler Stroup prepares his staff for the trick or treaters.|
Adam seem to agree, though it was hard to understand his opinion through the mouth full of Tootsie Rolls he had just consumed.
The trick or treating event didn't thrill everyone, however, as some parents expressed disappointment with the lack of variety in the activities. "It's just a bunch of coloring," said Maria Garlitz, who attended with her son Jayden. "After too stations I was tired of sitting there watching him draw a different shape." This opinion was expressed by a small number of parents, but Eric Williams, who directed the event for RLO, sympathized. "There just aren't a lot of options for activities we can host with limited space."
Frostburg students weren't involved, but had their own impression of the trick or treating event. Sophomore student Jordan Burns, in her first semester at Frostburg, was shocked that there were children in the dorms to begin with. "I woke up, went to the bathroom, and came back to a hallway full of tiny people. They're cute, but I didn't expect them to sneak up on me."