5 Places to Celebrate Halloween
Halloween will soon be upon us! Are you looking for somewhere to get your fright on? Ever wonder how other places celebrate the spooky holiday? Well here are five places and ideas to satisfy your ghoulish trip cravings!
1. Finger Lakes Region, New York – Many people think of the Finger Lakes for wine tasting or a romantic getaway, but at Bristol Mountain in Canandaigua, New York, they have Scaerial Adventures where you can ride haunted zip-lines. It looks awesome!
2. Estes Park, Colorado – The Stanley Hotel. Yup, the hotel that inspired Stephen King’s The Shining, is supposedly really haunted and the hotel takes advantage of its reputation at Halloween! They celebrate the Twin Terror Weekends that include a murder mystery dinner, The Shining Ball and the Halloween Masquerade Party. So, if seeing or reading The Shining didn’t creep you out enough, you have another option. Continue reading
Submitted by Linda Palmer
Breast Cancer & Alcohol Awareness Activity
Steve Mathis of Maui Wowi serving pink smoothies
Worthington Atlantic City Campus students, staff and faculty enjoyed pink smoothies on Oct. 25 in an effort to reflect on Breast Cancer and Alcohol Awareness. Steve Mathis, from Maui Wowi Hawaiian, served up Strawberry Banana, Strawberry Colada and Strawberry Lemonade smoothies. Student Services provided an information table with give-a-ways: pink ribbons, pink buttons, pink and black paddles and information regarding drinking and driving. Many students, staff and faculty wore pink to show support to cancer survivors and for those that succumbed to breast cancer.
The children at Gateway Early Learning Center at the Mays Landing Campus will dress up as their favorite characters and parade through J Building on Monday, Oct. 31. The children will visit each office to show off their outfits!
Any offices that would like to hand out candy to the children should expect about 25 children to participate.
Kim Weber, receiving, and Lois Angelozzi, administrative assistant of STEM programs, dressed up for trick-or-treating at the Mays Landing Campus, Friday, Oct. 31. Continue reading
The children at Gateway Early Learning Center will hold “dress-up day” Thursday, Oct. 29, and parade through J & M buildings beginning at 11 a.m. Treats are welcome. There will be about 35 children.
The children at Gateway Early Learning Center will hold “dress-up day” Thursday, Oct. 29, and parade through J & M buildings beginning at 11 a.m. Treats are welcome.
Some of the College Relations Department members dressed up for Halloween. Click the photo to go cast a vote for your favorite. Have a Happy Halloween!
Mandee McCullough, social media specialist, as a hippie; Jesse Kurtz, web master, as a king; and Mike Capen, graphic artist, as the “Brawny Man.”