Haunted Hallways Provides Community Fun

Milford Senior High School (MHS) students hosted the 5th Annual Haunted Hallways this past week. This year over 2,000 Milford community members attended this event. Several student groups join together to organize this event with the desire to offer community children, who are 12 and under, a safe and weather controlled Trick or Treat experience.

Each student organization adopteded a hallway, planned the decorations and will man the hallway that night passing out candy to the elementary school children. Organizations included Student Government Association, National Honor Society, Gay-Straight Alliance, Educators Rising, Future Farmers of America, The Drama Club, Future Health Professionals and Delaware Career Association have all been involved with planning this year’s event.

See more photos on the MilfordLIVE Facebook page.

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