On Sunday, Oct. 25, dozens of families took their children to the Chagrin Falls Intermediate School to enjoy the Superintendent Advisory Committee’s sixth Halloween Festival.
The festival had several different activities, including cookie decorating, face painting and a “Haunted Hallway.” A majority of the children and volunteers attending the event dressed in Halloween costumes, creating a festive and welcoming environment.
Admission for the festival cost $2, or a canned good, and all of the proceeds will be donated to a local charity to help the less fortunate.
Intermediate School teacher Katie Gill attended the Halloween Festival with her daughter Molly. “She loves it,” said Gill just as her daughter was trying to decide what activity to do next.
“The festival provides support for local charities,” said Co-Vice President of the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee Maddy Copley. “It’s a way to bring the younger grades together and we are pleased to be able to keep this tradition going in Chagrin.”
Submitted by Dymana Felton, Junior, Chagrin Falls High School