High School Group Trick-Or-Treats For A Good CauseIt's not candy one student group will be after Thursday, October 28, but instead a few things to help families in need in the area.
It's not candy one student group will be after Thursday, October 28, but instead a few things to help families in need in the area.
The National Honor Society from Red River High School in Grand Forks will be putting on their costumes and trick-or-treating for non-perishable food items.
It's a cause they contribute to every year near Halloween to help stock the Salvation Army's food shelf.
Things like canned goods, cereals, and anything that does not need to be refrigerated are items the group said are worth going door-to-door for.
"It's important for us as the National Honor Society to give back and show as students in the community we're going to give back too and help the community as well," said Jordyn Fugere, President of the Red River High School's NHS chapter.
The group will be out on Thursday from 5:45 until 7:45.
They will be wearing badges to identify themselves while they trick-or-treat for two hours starting at 5:45pm. People can also leave a package for them on their doorsteps.