1). "Admission" to Trunk or Treat is a can of food for our food pantry. We collect hundreds of cans to help our community. On November 21, we provide over 100 Thanksgiving Dinners with the food you donate!
2). We're catering 3 Pigs BBQ by Tony Brown this year! Newnan's best BBQ will be served in the fellowship hall. Sandwiches are $3, Hot Dogs are $2, Plates are $5 which includes a BBQ Sandwich, chips and a drink or 2 Hot Dogs, chips and a drink. Proceeds go towards First Baptist Moreland and Bethlehem Baptist Church. Funnel Cakes are $5 and Turbo Tubs are $2.
3). Coweta County's 4-H will be bringing horses! Rides are $5
4). The best way you can help is to bring your trunk. The "wow" factor of Trunk or Treat is having 75+ trunks. If you're bringing your trunk, you need to be there by 3:30 p.m. and bring 2,000 pieces of candy. You can buy 1,000 pieces of candy at Moreland Surplus & Sales for $30.
5). If you run out of candy, we have people walking around giving refills. Do not close your trunk or drive away.
6). Bring a lawn chair and a sharpie. When you arrive, you'll receive a trunk number, children will hand you a piece a paper and you'll mark your number off. This prevents children from making multiple laps.
7). You can win an Amazon Fire. Take a picture of your trunk and use hashtag #TrunkOrTreat2015 and upload it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and the most people who "like" or "favorite" your picture by 9 p.m. - wins! This lets everyone vote on the best decorated trunk.
8). Walk clockwise. It's challenging for the trunks when children are coming from both directions asking for candy.
9). Park on Main Street or at Moreland Elementary School. We'll have a Coweta County Sheriff's Deputy to help you cross the highway.
10). Wear a costume. Trunk or Treat is a fun, safe environment to Trick-or-Treat. I heard on the radio that Donald Trump's toupee is the #1 men's costume this year!
6 Tips for a Terrific Trunk or Treat