November 04, 2008
Halloween Howl is a fun and safe daytime event for the whole family. This year, more than 1,000 community members attended the event on Saturday, November 1. Around 50 student and staff volunteers planned and participated in the event, which included a costume contest, carnival games and food and beverages. More than 40 student organizations helped create “spooky” activities such as trick-or-treating, haunted houses, arts and crafts activities and games.
Halloween Howl brought Rollins and greater Central Florida communities together by providing a free daytime Halloween celebration for families. It has been a prominent piece of Rollins history for nine years.
The event was sponsored by the Offices of Community Engagement, Student Involvement and Leadership, Multicultural Affairs, and Residence Life, as well as a variety of student organizations.
By Ana Maia (Class of 2008)