EPCC Hosts "Trunk or Treat" celebration
Updated: Nov 1
PHOTOS BY ISAAC JAIMES
The "Trunk or Treat" event being hosted by the El Paso Community College at the Valle Verde Campus Parking lot.
Ghosts galore attended the EPCC "Trunk or Treat" celebration.
"EPCC’s partnership with the Autism
Society creates opportunities for young adults with autism to develop life skills to attain independence,” Maria Lopez, EPCC Center for Students with Disabilities Director said. “CSD serves as the toolbox to help them overcome old and new challenges so they will continue to succeed.”
Even Spider-man attended the "Trunk or Treat" event.
All the activities, games and trick-or-treating were enjoyed by all the families. Community and college organizations participated. EPCC said in a release that it is proud to help and serve the community and be part of events like these.
The Autism Society envisions individuals and families living with autism are able to maximize their quality of life, are treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued.
Steven Robles and Jessie Arellaneno showing their "Vampire House" decoration to show it to kids and adults.
The Nightmare Before Christmas was a popular theme at the EPCC "Trunk or Treat" celebration.