Over 1,000 children attend Trunk or Treat every year. Here are 5 facts to help you plan for Coweta County's largest Trunk or Treat:
1). We need your trunk. It requires over 75 trunks to host Trunk or Treat. We want children to walk away with a ton of candy. This is a community event - anyone can bring their trunk. If you're bringing your trunk, you need to arrive by 3:30 p.m. (at the latest). In the past we used to give children a card to mark off at each trunk, but we're doing away with that this year. It will keep the line moving faster. Everyone who brings their trunk will receive a coupon for the food trucks. If you bring your trunk, your children/grandchildren are allowed to go through the line at 3:45 p.m. If you bring your trunk, you'll want to bring a chair to sit in. If you run out of candy, we'll have folks walking around giving candy refills. The best place to buy candy is BJ's - you can purchase 1,500 pieces for $40.
2). Admission to Trunk or Treat is a can of food. The food will go towards First Baptist Moreland's food ministry. We give away the canned food at our Thanksgiving Outreach on Saturday November 19.
3). Use our hashtag - win a prize! Take a picture at Trunk or Treat and post on Facebook or Instagram - the picture with the most "likes" wins an awesome gift! Last year's gift was an Amazon Fire. Here's the hashtag you must use: #MorelandTrunkOrTreat
4). We have two Food Trucks! CBO's BBQ and Atlanta City Catering! These two premier food trucks will be selling everything from BBQ to dessert. They'll be parked near the fellowship hall - you can eat inside.
5). The Coweta County 4-H Club will be bringing their horses. Rides are $4 - cash only.
Children don't trick-or-treat at homes like they used to - now they attend Trunk or Treat's at churches. Save the date, bring your children, bring your trunk! Saturday October 29 from 4-6 p.m. at First Baptist Moreland.
Top 10 Things You Need to Know for Trunk or Treat
6 Tips for a Terrific Trunk or Treat