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Annual residence hall trick or treat event set for Oct. 31

BEMIDJI, Minn. (October 19, 2011) — Students living in Bemidji State University’s residence halls will once again be in costume to frighten and entertain the children of Bemidji with their annual trick-or-treating event on Oct. 31.

Residence Hall Trick-or-Treating
Student-hosted indoor trick-or-treating will take place in a number of residence halls on the Bemidji State campus Monday, Oct. 31, from 5-7 p.m. Residents of Oak, Maple, Pine, Tamarack and Linden halls will be participating.

The front desk of each participating hall will have a listing of rooms open for trick-or-treaters; participating rooms will also have an orange door tag to indicate that they are giving out candy. Many floors are decorated in Halloween themes for the event, and many students participate in costumes of their own.

The lobbies in Maple and Linden halls will also feature games with prizes for children, along with apple cider and snacks for visiting families.

For more information, contact Ayleen Leonhardt, residence hall director for Birch and Linden halls, at (218) 755-2077.

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