Hundreds of princesses, pirates, sports cars, and minivans made their way to the Dade Christian School campus Oct. 31 for a fantastic night of games and trunk or treating.
Before heading to the outside parking lot to inspect decorated car trunk space, guests entered the newly-renovated Crusader Cafe for a sumptuous spaghetti dinner, sponsored by the Senior Class of 2013.
We all had such a terrific time last year so we definitely were not going to miss it again. We even brought family members and friends this year, said Stephanie Andrade, a DCS parent. Families outside collected candy while socializing with school and church families, as well as campus visitors, all enjoying car trunks decorated to themes varying from Mother Goose to 101 Dalmatians. A new iPad was awarded to the Lupica-Tondo family for a Madagascar Circus created with balloon animals and a popcorn machine.
I greatly enjoy how the community feels safe and comfortable at this event on a night many people associate with danger, said Ali Rodriguez, coordinator.