Community Leader Offers “Safe Alternative” To Trick-Or-Treating In Chicago [PHOTO]
With Halloween creeping up tomorrow, Roman Morrow wants to ensure the safety of the children of Chicago. The community leader, who ran for alderman in the city, is hosting a Halloween party where parents can bring their young ones to get candy, without the threat of violence that has taken over the streets.
As we have reported, more than 300 homicides have taken place in the city since the start of the year, leaving parents fearful that their children will not be able to “trick-or-treat” in peace. As such, Morrow is holding an event at the St. Paul Lutheran School gymnasium Wednesday (Oct. 31), from 6-9 p.m.
Billed as a “safe alternative in a safe environment,” the free admission “first come, first serve” party features games, face painting, candy, prizes, and food. Children ages 4-9 are encouraged to attend, and must be accompanied by a parent to gain entry.
For more information call 312-618-5665.
Click below to view the flyer.
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Photo: Roman Morrow