SGA offering "haunted" house, other activities for trick-or-treaters
October 29, 2001
Austin Peay Student Government Association is sponsoring the seventh annual Great Halloween Options for Safe Trick-or-treating (GHOST).
GHOST will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31 on the intramural field on Drane Street. All activities are free and open to the public.
The purpose of GHOST is to allow members of the community to bring their children to campus for an evening of safe, fun-filled Halloween activities. Various campus organizations and local businesses partner with SGA to provide the service to the community.
For the first time, GHOST will include a haunted house in the Memorial Health Building sponsored by the Sigma Chi fraternity and Chi Omega sorority.
"GHOST is an opportunity for APSU to reach out and bring the campus and community together. It is more than just trick-or-treating. It is a Halloween event with games, face painting and a haunted house," said Mary Ellen Ladd, chair of GHOST and senator for the College of Education.
For more information about GHOST, telephone the SGA Office at 7262.