SPOOKY HALLOWEEN TRAIL WALK
OCTOBER 22, 2022
NICER is hosted the the 4th annual Spooky Halloween Trail Walk on Saturday, October 22nd at the Hurley School Adventure Trails. Two spooky trail experiences were offered again this year!
TRICK OR TREAT TRAIL
For $10 per family, 537 community members participated in the Trick or Treat Trail, a family friendly trail experience available to anyone and everyone. Participants were encouraged to arrive in costume and bring a trick or treat bag to collect candy from the themed stations set up along the trail. The Trick or Treat Trail took place from 1:00-2:30 pm.
For $5 per person, 243 community members participated in the Terror Trail, an experience not for the faint of heart! Participants walked the dimly lit trail, which was filled with themed costume stations that ranged from strange and spooky to downright terrifying! The Terror Trail took place from 7:00-8:30 pm.
75+ individuals signed on to man themed stations along the Spooky Trail. These stations had a great time getting into character and 95% of them volunteered at both trail experiences. It was a long day and handful of the station volunteers also helped NICER organizers set up the trail that morning and helped with clean up the morning after the event.
NICER raised over $2700 during this event, with funds being used on upcoming projects and events. Thank you to everyone who participated, your support is appreciated.
Thank you to the Hurley School District for allowing NICER to host this event at at the school again this year! Also thank you to the area businesses, organizations and individuals who have generously donated to the Spooky Halloween Trail Walk. Donations received will be used to purchase candy, supplies, decorations, and promotional materials for this event.
2022 Spooky Halloween Trail Walk Donors (in no particular order):
Extension Iron County (event support), Diane & Joe Simonich, Iron County 4-H Leaders Association, Hurley Lions Club, Quality Collision, David & Gerry Traczyk, City of Hurley, Beth Saari, Walmart, Chippewa Valley Bank, Jeff & Debbie Vandevoorde, Ironwood Area Business Professional Women, Dale Wicklund, Future Plumbing, Paul & Nikki Samardich, Dennis & Joan Oja, Ken, Amy, Connor Saari, Joann Flemming, Giovanoni True Value, City of Montreal, Robert Walesewicz,
Also, thank you to the Hurley Police Department for being present at the Terror Trail.