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GRAND RAPIDS October 22, 2015– The A. Philip Randolph Institute of Grand Rapids is organizing a “Trunk ‘n’ Treat” event this Halloween, as a safe alternative to trick-or-treating for kids in Grand Rapids, and local unions are invited to hand out candy.
The First Christian Reformed Church, 650 Bates SE in Grand Rapids, is hosting the event in their parking lot. All kids are welcome to dress up and get treats from the trunks of decorated cars.
Kathi Harris (UAW Local 659), chair of the APRI-Grand Rapids, is also hoping to get local union brothers and sisters to participate by decorating their cars to represent their respective unions, and pass out candy.
For more information on the Trunk ‘n’ Treat, or to RSVP, call Kathi Harris at 616-802-2697 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.