A glowing skeleton, Little Red Riding Hood, a mother and daughter dressed as bottles of ketchup and mustard and many other costumed visitors recently met at Champlin Shores senior facility for a reverse trick or treat event.
In cooperation with the Champlin Women of Today, Girl Scout troops and their leaders Chris Benson and Shari Grundy spent an evening making Halloween greeting cards and magnets. The Girl Scouts and Women of Today presented them, along with a packet of purse-sized tissues, to Champlin Shores residents.
Women of Today is a non-profit volunteer organization which believes strongly in service to the community. There are many opportunities for service, growth and fellowship through our programs and volunteer work. Fundraisers benefit Champlin Park High School, the Santa’s Helper program and community services, including the Champlin police and fire departments and the Champlin public library.
For more information about Women of Today, contact Jill Kirschner at 612-760-4544 or check the Champlin Women of Today website at www.champlinwt.org.