PHOTO GALLERY: Stephens College holds Safe Trick-or-Treat event

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 | 10:47 p.m. CDT; updated 6:39 p.m. CDT, Thursday, October 27, 2011
Jeannie Sobieck, 9, shows off her candy bounty during the Safe Trick-or-Treat event Wednesday at Stephens College. Sobieck is a Stephens College Children's School student.

COLUMBIA — Seniors at Stephens College hosted a Halloween celebration Wednesday evening in Kimball Ballroom. Participants collected candy, made arts and crafts and participated in Halloween-themed games during the event. Volunteers from the Stephens chapter of Mortar Board, a national honor society for college seniors, assisted in running and supervising the activities.

Rebekah Sobieck, 6, walks around Kimball Ballroom with her candy bucket during the Safe Trick-or-Treat on Wednesday at Stephens College. During the event, children could collect Halloween candy and do arts and crafts. There were also Halloween-themed games. In one game, participants raced after being "mummified."
Two girls dressed as Rapunzel participate in the Safe Trick-or-Treat event on Wednesday in Kimball Ballroom at Stephens College. Many children from the Stephens College Children's School attended the event.
Decorations greet trick-or-treaters on Wednesday at the entrance to Kimball Ballroom at Stephens College. The Safe Trick-or-Treat event was put on by the Stephens College chapter of Mortar Board, a national college senior honor society.
Stephens College senior Lindsey Smith puts a mask on a participant at the Safe Trick-or-Treat event Wednesday in Kimball Ballroom. Smith was dressed as a "black-eyed pea."

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