November 05, 2010
Rollins hosted the 11th annual Halloween Howl on Saturday, October 30. The event was held on Mills Lawn, and featured more than 40 different activity booths facilitated by student organizations, residence hall students and RCC classes. More than 2,000 campus and community members attended this year’s event.
“Mills Lawn was absolutely buzzing with students, staff, volunteers and community families, said Eric Tanyhill (Class of 2014). “It was an amazing success to see the campus community in full force.”
Halloween Howl is a free, fun-filled event for the whole community. Children had the opportunity to get a head start on trick-or-treating and toured haunted houses created by Rollins residential organizations. “I had a great time at Halloween Howl, seeing the children light-up as they went trick-or-treating in their costumes, and explored the Rollins campus,” said Jeremy Gebauer (Class of2014). “It reminded me of the importance of family and brought me back to when I was that age.”
Rollins organizations hosted tables offering activities such as bean bag tossing, a dunk tank, basketball free throws and freeze dancing, just to name a few. “It was awesome to see Rollins students interact with the kids and provide families with so many fun activities that they otherwise might not have access to,” said Lola Natalie (Class of 2014).
By Aaron Tanyhill (Class of 2104)
Office of Public Relations & Community Affairs
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