EAC at Track-or-Treat

Esther Kang, Writer, contributor

Halloween during Covid-19

Photo taken by Grace Kang: EAC goodie bags given out at Track-or-Treat (Grace Kang)

Halloween this year in 2020 was presented with many challenges for trick-or-treaters due to the coronavirus. With many health concerns, there was a high chance that the classic Halloween tradition would hold off this year. However, Carle Place High School’s National Honor Society led by advisor  Caryl Lorandini introduced Track-or-Treat. Track-or-Treat would be a socially-distanced Halloween event on the track of the High School. Track-or-Treat took place on Halloween morning and lasted two hours. Clubs that wanted to participate were asked to prepare candy for trick-or-treaters. Clubs set up their table with decorations on the track and handed out candy to the children. Club members that came to the event wore costumes as did club advisors. As the children took a lap around the track, each club table gave them candy. The Environmental Action Club (EAC) was one of the clubs that took part in Track-or-Treat. EAC prepared goodie bags with lollipops, starbursts, skittles and a pencil. The EAC logo was attached to a Ghostbusters cartoon that was put on the goodie bags.

Thank you to the EAC officers: Esther Kang (me), Grace Kang, Kara Yim and Evan Austria that contributed to the event!!