Journal Express, Knoxville, IA


October 29, 2013

Knoxville Elementary PTO hosts Halloween Fun Night


Knoxville —

At each station throughout the night, students collected stamps on the activity map.  As they left the school, each map with at least six stamps earned the child a prize bag.  The reflective trick or treat bag was provided by Mike’s Towing in hopes that every child will be SEEN and be SAFE this Halloween.  Inside the bag were coloring pages, health/nutrition information sheets, Dairy Queen certificates, a certificate for a free pop from Hometown Meats, a certificate from Family Video, a sticker sheet to create a jack-o-lantern, bracelets and other items from Parents as Teachers (Marion Co. Public Health), a glow stick,  and a special toy from Dollar General.

The “Fun and Safe Halloween” committee would like to thank all of the sponsors for their kind donations!  Thank you to all of the parents, teachers, custodians, Mr. Montgomery and Mr. Keitges and other people who worked hard to make this educational and fun night possible!!!


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