One day after announcing the Trick or Treat Cycle-Path at Penticton’s Safety Village, registration is already full for the fundraising event on Oct. 31, said Kiwanis Club of Penticton.
But the Kiwanis Club is still in need of sponsors to make this event the best ever, said Kiwanis member Katie Weitz.
They are in need of Monster Mash sponsors who will be one of 10, in-village stops that are responsible to hand out candy to each child. You will be responsible for coordinating your volunteers for four hours and for purchasing the candy of your choice to be handed out by your team.
Ghoul sponsors are a financial donation that will help to support the creation of a goodie pack on the exit of the village and decorations throughout the village.
Pumpkin sponsors are grand prize items that will be included in a select number of lucky goodie packs. The number of donations will determine the number of lucky goodie packs.
The Kiwanis Club of Penticton is partnering with the Penticton Safety Village to host the Trick or Treat Cycle-Path on Halloween.
This COVID-19 friendly outdoor event at the Safety Village is for children in elementary school and younger to attend. Children can ride or walk through the Safety Village to Trick or Treat.
Kiwanis will be collecting non-perishable items as an optional entrance fee for Fill in the Food Gap Penticton.
Each household will be staggered to ensure social distancing. Children need to be escorted by an adult and limited to their household only.
Registration was limited and is now full. However, you can try back and see by clicking here.
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