Anchor Club hosts first Trunk or Treat

Alysia Bailey, Reporter

In late August senior Anchor Club Secretary Abby Moutardier texted her friends with an idea. That idea came to life on October 21 when more than 20 decorated cars parked in the teachers’ lot ready for local trick-or-treaters. Groups of students and teachers planned decorations and costumes. The NAHS orchestra played music for the festivities, while Anchor Club encouraged participants to bring donations for Center for Women and Families.

“The event went really well,” Moutardier said. “I didn’t know how many people to expect. I was worried that no one would show up, but I’m really proud of the club’s work.”