IWFC Kids go Trick or Treating

By Ed and Shoko Snook

On October 30th the Thunderbird International Women and Family Club held a trick-or-treat event on campus for the children of current and former students. Over 20 children as well as their caregivers participated in the event. The group went around different parts of campus and received candy from a staff at a number of locations around campus. Several students also got into the act, dressing up and passing out candy from their dorm rooms. Said Shoko Snook, “trick-or-treating is not common in Japan, so I was really happy that Thunderbird had this event. Special thanks to the staff that took time out of their busy schedules to take part in the event! It’s also a great chance for everyone to get a glimpse of how their respective partners are spending their time on campus.

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