STARS Soar at Trunk or Treat
MIDDLEBOURNE – The Tyler Consolidated Parking Lot was transformed into a community party on Halloween.
The Tyler Consolidated High School STARS team sponsored a Trunk or Treat for area youth, focusing on a safe trick-or-treat experience and community building partnership.
Nearly 400 children received candy, glow sticks, coloring books, safety literature, and many more items from local businesses, organizations, high school athletic teams, high school clubs, the TCMS STARS team, and churches.
“What a great night – everyone was smiling, adults and kids alike,” STARS President Makenzie Kimble said.
The STARS Team consists of eight students: Seniors Hannah Ankrom and Justin Brinkmeier, Junior Makenzie Kimble, Sophomores Destry Nelson, Nikki Vandruff, and Miranda Weekley, and Freshmen Anna Griffith and Nachelle Probst. Advisor is High School Counselor Pam Stollings.
Those community participants included: Middle Island Farmers & Friends 4-H Club, 911 Office, Tyler County Sheriff’s Department, Shannon Anderson State Farm Insurance Office, TCHS Volleyball Team, Gideon’s International, TCHS SADD (Students Against Destructive Decision Club), St. Marys Correctional Center, TCHS FFA (Future Farmers of America) Club, Tyler County Family Resource Network, TCHS Theater Club, Westbrook Health Services, TCHS Happy Faces Club, Little United Methodist Church, TCHS National Honor Society, Hope Fellowship Church, TCHS Photography Club, Tyler County Relay for Life, The Health Plan, Real Alloy, Long Reach Federal Credit Union, TCHS Cheerleaders, Middlebourne United Methodist Church, TCMS/HS School Secretaries, TyCon Knights Youth League, Pursley Church of Christ, TCHS Strategy Games Club, and Brian Weigle (Sheriff’s candidate).
The STARS team would like to thank all of the participants for your support and look forward to hosting this event next year.