CLARK– Clark Recreation joined with the Clark PBA to hold the inaugural Trunk or Treat for the residents of Clark at Arthur L. Johnson High School parking lot. Over 60 cars decorated their trunks and filled them with candy with over 500 children trick or treating. Shop Rite and Target of Clark for supplied the trunks with more candy when participants started to run out. Captain Jim Rapp and Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo ran the event. The organizers thanked the parents, fire department, police department and Clark UNICO for purchasing candy and treats to hand out to all the children.
Clark Recreation held the second Annual Haunted House at the Robinson Plantation and Museum on Saturday, Oct 26. Over 450 people attended and walked through the Haunted House, received free donuts, apple cider and pumpkins. They then had the chance to visit and walk through the museum. Everyone who attended received a friendly fright. The Arthur L. Johnson High School Key Club members dressed up and walked around scaring people while also serving refreshments.
(Photos courtesy of Clark Recreation)
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