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FFA Halloween Event a Huge Success
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Tuesday, November 03, 2020

Ghosts, goblins and scary fun came to a drive-through Trick-or-Treat event at Pioneer Valley High School on October 30 (Friday).

The school’s FFA officers joined forces with clubs such as K-Pop, AVID 2020, NAMI and SHARe from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. transforming part of the campus into a “thriller” experience.

The frightening tour moved through the school where motorists could Trick-or-Treat at different venues. The students were hidden, staged, and placed throughout the route. Each club had designated spot on the route where vehicles could stop and Trick-or-Treat.

All visitors received a free pumpkin to take home and carve for a contest.  Students and visitors can submit a picture of their work to upload it to the Pioneer Valley FFA Instagram @pioneervalleyffa that will later be put into a video, according to agriculture teacher Gabriel Ponce.

PV FFA President Marc Cabeliza said the experience captured the “spirit of Halloween” during these challenging times.


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