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StuCo puts on Haunted Halls for the second year in a row

Haunted Halls was open to the community Sunday, Oct. 29

StuCo put on the second annual Haunted Halls event Sunday, Oct. 29. The event was open to all kids of elementary age in the community.

Sophomore Sienna Suderman describes what set up went into the event and what Haunted Halls was all about.

“We decorated some of the hallways with cobwebs and other halloween decorations. At first we were split into different groups and assigned a different area to decorate but we all kind of ended up decorating everything,” Suderman said. “It’s an event where kids can dress up and come do fun halloween activities and games and we give them candy.”

Senior Kynley Verdict explains how the community gets involved.

“During the event students pass out candy and we have games set-up where they can win prizes. The event is not a fundraiser for us, it is just something we set-up for the community,” Verdict said. “Since we don’t make any money off of the event we relied on candy donations from the public and coupons for local businesses for prizes.”

Suderman explains how everyone enjoyed the event and what her specific job was.

“My only job was to be a fortune teller and tell the kids their fortunes. It was so fun to make things up and I loved to see their reactions when I “knew” their birthdays and what schools they went to,” Suderman said. “Everyone was getting super into it and had good costumes. It was super fun for the kids in their costumes and I think everyone loved it.”

Verdict describes why the event is beneficial for the community.

“It’s a great way to get the community involved and it’s a good way to celebrate Halloween with elementary schoolers in our community,” Verdict said. “It was all very energetic with music and kids playing games and asking for candy.”

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Meg McAfee
Meg McAfee, JAG reporter/writer
This is junior Meg McAfee’s second year on the yearbook staff and she will be taking on the position of a writer. When not working for the yearbook, you can find her running cross country and track or participating in NHS, Educators Rising, and being a chair for Relay For Life. Outside of school she enjoys hanging out with her friends and teammates, eating ice cream, blasting Taylor Swift, watching sunsets, or watching her favorite TV shows on her couch. 
Stella Harryman
Stella Harryman, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Stella Harryman’s first year on the JAG Yearbook staff and she will be taking on the positions of writer and photographer. When not working on the yearbook you can find her participating in Relay for Life. Outside of school she is probably hanging out with friends, riding a buggy, going on runs with her dogs, and playing sports such as baseball, football, and volleyball with her siblings. 
Maggie Kriks
Maggie Kriks, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Maggie Kirks’s first year on the JAG Yearbook staff and she will be taking the position of writer and photographer. Outside of yearbook she can be found participating in the band. Outside of school she enjoys reading, watching movies or TV shows, and drawing.  

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