Dayton Kroc Center hosts Kroctober Treating Night for kids

DAYTON — The Salvation Army Dayton Kroc Center is providing an opportunity for families to Tick-or-Treat.

Families were able to come to the Kroc Center, at 1000 North Keowee St., to Trick or Treat from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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The event was originally supposed to be outside, but it was moved inside due to weather.

Major Gayle Senak, administrator at the Dayton Kroc Center, told News Center 7 that the event is meant to provide a fun and safe place for children and families to come celebrate Halloween.

“There are not a lot of these types of things for families to experience, so we’re just thankful that they’re able to be here,” Senak said.

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Children were able to visit booths from different sponsors, like the Dayton Police Department and Miami University. To be a sponsor, each organization had to bring candy to distribute.

Senak said they have had a good turnout so far and have had several families thank them for providing the event.

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