Stacking Up for Halloween
Curious about what our Stacks did over Halloween? Some of them got up to doing some Trunk or Treats in their local communities. Here are some highlights from their weekends!
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The 49th Operations Group private orgs from 4 squadrons together, including our Stack. I was out of town, so our Kenya Robinette stepped up to lead the setting up of our area.
The Holloman Stack took over the Standards and Evaluations office. Decorations went up, and candy was prepared for the families.
The kids had a great night of trick or treating through the giant haunted house!
We didn't have permission to take pictures of uniformed members or the kids, so we were unable to do that. Overall, roughly 300 members and their families were invited.
The Delco Stack Lead and Alternate Leader teamed up to participate in our local town’s Trunk or Treat event on Saturday, October 30th.
A week’s worth of terrible weather made early prep difficult, but the rain subsided early Saturday morning, meaning the event could continue. We rocked our Red Shirts and did a fun spider, web, and corpse setup for the decorated car.
Dozens of our neighbors also participated, and hundreds of local kids made their way through during the 4 hours the event was live. We were able to bring happiness to the neighborhood kids and had some meaningful conversations with local Veterans about what we do here at Stack Up, including our local mayor, a Navy Veteran.
We’re already planning next year’s trunk decorations because we plan on going much, much bigger!
For this month's all Stacks event, the KC Stack participated in the local Trunk or Treat in Knob Noster.
For our decorations, we went with a Mario Bros theme. However, all the kids that came to our table were about as excited to see Rex as they were to get candy.
This was a fun event and a great way for us to get out and meet people from our local community.