Moabites celebrated the last week of October in a variety of ways!
A Moab Sun News reader caught sight of these pumpkins hidden around Moab City Hall. [David Glosser and the Frontiersmen]
On October 28 and 29, Community Rebuilds hosted its annual “Haunted Bunkhouse” fundraiser, complete with a haunted house, concessions, tarot card reading, costume contests, and Norse rune reading. [Megan Vickery]
Margaret L. Hopkin Middle School students felt the Halloween Spirit with a costumed dance and a bake sale, which made $124. Pictured, from left to right, students Leon Begay, Clayton Simons, Jackson Worton, Gustavo Corona, and Harley Ashurst dressed up, and students enjoyed a conga line. [Margaret L. Hopkin Middle School]
Moab’s Grand County Family Support Center at the Christmas Box House sponsors the annual Halloween “Trunk-or-treat” held at the Old Spanish Trail Arena. On Monday afternoon volunteers and organizations decorated cars and handed out candy to kids dressed as princesses, superheroes, animated characters, animals and horror icons. Julie Nieman, executive director of the Family Support Center, said there were 66 registered trunks and an estimated 2,500 people at the event. “According to my staff, this year was the busiest we’ve had yet!!” Nieman said. [Rachel Fixsen / Moab Sun News]