Children turn out for safe events
Even Lansing Activity Center has a Halloween costume.
City staff tricked out the building with spider webs, jack-o-lanterns and a haunted house for the Saturday, Oct. 28, unveiling of this year's Spooky Center. It was a one-stop Halloween haven providing a safe way for Lansing children to celebrate. Staff spent about $3,500 on this year's event to make it worthy of even the most determined trick-or-treat troopers.
And if children didn't have enough candy from the Spooky Center to sate their sweet tooths, Lansing High School's Leadership group sponsored a Trick-or-Treat for Kids on Halloween night, Oct. 31, at the high school.
For more on the Halloween-related activities, including photos, check back here at lansingcurrent.com and pick up the Nov. 2 edition of The Current.
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