LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Some Lafayette children didn't have to worry about Halloween plans getting rained out. The Hanna Community Center hosted a party Wednesday for kids in its after school programs.
They had snacks, painted pictures of pumpkins, and got to hear a spooky story from Mayor Tony Roswarski.
Executive Director Heather Maddox said it’s a great opportunity for all the children involved.
“It's really good for them to be able to get together to do creative things like this to see people in the community come and volunteer their time,” Maddox said.
Some of those volunteers also included students from Purdue.
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