Halloween Rally serves food and family
Leadership serves hamburgers while being dressed up for Halloween
November 4, 2011
The annual Halloween Rally was held on Oct. 31 during lunch at the amphitheater. The rally was held by Leadership and included a barbecue for the hungry students. The items that were sold included hot dogs, cheeseburgers, hamburgers, and veggie burgers with the accompanying condiments of relish, onions, mustard, and ketchup. All of the sold items were priced at only one dollar or 50 cents for students that wore a costume. The hamburger patties, hot dogs wieners, and buns were purchased at Costco as well as vegetarian burgers.
“The prices were amazing! Not only did I get a delectable burger, but I also got chips!” Senior Johnfavour Ng enthusiastically said. There were also chips included with the meal which ranged from Pop Chips to Ruffles. Mini water bottles were also handed out by the Special Ed class, who were very enthusiastic when handing out the water bottles. The line was packed for most of lunch but it subsided when most people started to watch the rally. There was also a gift card charity for the Isom family who had lost their home to a fire during Homecoming. “This was a great way to help a family in need,” said Sophomore, Mary Chan.
The rally consisted of a costume contest as well as a pumpkin carving contest. The costumes were diverse, whether it be a taco, a M&M, a turtle, a Teletubby, or Snow White. Junior Jacques Huynh remarked, “My favorite costume was the girl in the taco costume. She was so cute!” Both contests did not have a clear winner as it was announced that everyone was a winner.