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Southern hosts community trunk or treat

A homemade apple butter sale will be part of Southern’s Community Trunk or Treat activities Thursday, Oct. 27 on the Logan campus. Pictured from left to right, Tammy Topping, Executive Assistant to the Chief Development Officer, Rita Roberson, Chief Development Officer, Robert “Stacy” Dingess, Assistant Director of Development, and Crystal Cook, Development Coordinator.


LOGAN Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College’s second annual Indoor Community Trunk or Treat is set for next week on the Logan and Williamson Campuses.

Last year, thousands of children visited the local college to take part in the festivities. This year, organizers are looking to expand on that success.

The event will be held in the lobby and commons area of Building A on the Logan campus and the hallway and commons area of the Williamson campus on Thursday, October 27th from 6 to 7:30 pm.

“This is the perfect opportunity for everyone to come together as a community and do something fun for our residents,” Bill France, Southern’s Director of Communication, said. “Parents and kids alike are looking for extra opportunities to get dressed up and have some fun. This event is perfect for that!”

Southern’s employees, departments, and organizations will be joined by other businesses and community groups in offering a one-stop trick-or-treating bonanza.

The Southern Foundation will also be selling fresh, homemade apple butter at Southern’s Community Trunk or Treat on the Logan campus.

The sale will benefit The Southern Samaritans, a subcommittee formed by the Classified Staff Council.

The goal of the sub-committee is to offer financial assistance to Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College employees when an emergency arises such as flooding, a house fire, or an employee or family illness.



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