Fall Family Fun

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

October 27, 2023

The second annual Nazareth Trick-or-Treat gathering was a tremendous success, attracting a crowd of well over 600 attendees. Colorfully dressed children swarmed the Motherhouse Campus on Oct. 26, where they visited numerous booths scattered across the grounds, eagerly collecting candies and various treats.

This year’s event boasted the involvement of 32 stations representing various campus departments. Additionally, CHI St. Joseph Health – Flaget Memorial Hospital joined in, not only setting up their own booths but also serving as a sponsor for the event.

As children and their families strolled through the campus, their laughter and smiles filled the air. They delighted in the whimsical decorations and took in the enchanting fall scenery that surrounded them. The pumpkins adorning the steps of the Motherhouse drew admiring comments from onlookers, while the interactive displays from different departments added an extra layer of enjoyment to the festivities.

All-in-all, the evening was a big hit and a great way for Sisters, Associates and employees to connect with the local community.

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4 Comments

  1. Sr. Janet Ballard

    It was a fantastic experience. God graced us with a beautiful day. I give thanks to “everyone “ that put this Halloween experience together. Blessings

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  2. Eugenie Coakley scna

    600 participants! Fantastic. I can only imagine how fun and welcoming this event was.

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  3. Marie Underwood

    It was a wonderful, inviting afternoon for young and old. I was amazed at how large of a crowd came out. Wow. Hope to get a drone of the all the cars to emphasize the large crowd that attended. Bravo 👏👏👏

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  4. Tess Browne

    Magnifique!!🎃Well done SCNazareth Family👏🏼From Mother Catherine to Cruella Deville, with super pumpkin city and jail in between🎃👻I am delighted to see us widening the space of our tent, and sending such welcome energy👻🦕Thank you everyone🍁👍🏼🌏🌈💞

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