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Lots of treats at PVHS

  • LINDA KOEHLER/TIMES NEWS Anna Gentile, 6, a first grader at Pleasant Valley Elementary, watches as Hailey Keppel, 11 from Pleasant Valley Intermediate, tries her best at the softball toss. Right, sitting, FBLA member Madison Shaenberger, a PVHS…
    LINDA KOEHLER/TIMES NEWS Anna Gentile, 6, a first grader at Pleasant Valley Elementary, watches as Hailey Keppel, 11 from Pleasant Valley Intermediate, tries her best at the softball toss. Right, sitting, FBLA member Madison Shaenberger, a PVHS junior, offers encouragement.
Published October 25. 2013 05:00PM

The halls of Pleasant Valley High School teemed with super heroes, princesses and varying monsters of all shapes and sizes at the Future Business Leaders of America Community Trick or Treat Nite.

The FBLA had several stations throughout the school. There were games to play, crafts to make and other interactive activities for children to participate in. There was even a parade held in the auditorium. And there were lots of sweet treats for everyone.

The proceeds from the event will benefit Donate Life-PA and the PVHS Courtyard Garden. The concession stand sales will benefit Monroe County Youth program for holiday gifts

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