Mount Pleasant Police on Monday announced an expansion to their popular ‘Trunk or Treat’ program.
The safe and family-friendly alternative to trick-or-treating will now include more schools in the Mount Pleasant area.
“Due to the popularity of the program, we now want to serve 6,000 more children than in year’s past,” said PFC. Shena Crockett-Fife in a video posted to the department’s social media pages.
So, they need your help. Mount Pleasant Police will be collecting candy donations to help serve children at these Halloween-inspired events.
Anyone who would like to donate is asked to bring unopened bags of candy to Mount Pleasant Police Department’s lobby inside Town Hall (100 Ann Edwards Lane).
Everyone who plans on donating candy is asked to ensure it does not contain nuts or chocolate.
Participating schools include:
- James B. Edwards Elementary
- Jennie Moore Elementary
- Belle Hall Elementary
- Whitesides Elementary
- East Cooper Montessori
- Mount Pleasant Academy
- Carolina Park Elementary
- Laurel Hill Primary School
- Pinckney Elementary
Officers say they will be dressed in their spooky best, ready to have fun with children at these Halloween events.
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