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  • Junior Nithya Boddu forgoes her musical talents for painting at the face painting booth for orchestra.

  • Junior Avery Peter and Senior Mimi Sandoval are just a couple of nerds in Candy Land.

  • Junior Nolan Sow gives candy to juniors Riya Sharma, Tanvi Desai, and Sia Parpelli. In addition to younger kids attending Trunk R Treat, students from campus attended as well.

  • Part of yearbook’s crew, junior Evan Bullit looks on during Wednesday’s Trunk R Treat event in the band parking lot.

  • This Oompa Loompa is junior Nolan Sow who is helping out at the Orchestra trunk to hand out candy and paint faces.

  • Volunteering at UNICEF’s trunk seniors Shruti Bhoyar and Siva Epuri were among the hundreds of students from more than two dozens teams, organizations, clubs, and classes taking part in Wednesday’s Trunk R Treat in the band parking lot.

  • Leaning over, junior Ally Gerardot, hands candy to a little dalmation at the 2023 Trunk R Treat. The event was originally scheduled for Oct. 30 but was moved to Nov. 1 for a variety of reasons including the weather.

  • Hanging balloons from the trunk of the car, senior Sophie Yang works on orchestra’s Trunk R Treat car. The 9th annual Trunk R Treat was moved to Nov. 1 due to weather concerns for Oct. 30.

Candy filled the parking lot on Wednesday with the annual Trunk R Treat hosted by the band for the community.

Despite the event being moved to a day after Halloween, families and kids still came and dressed up for the event.

“Trunk or treat went really well this year, we had a really big turnout even though it was the day after Halloween,” band president Sanjana Vallampati said. “We hold this event every year to expand on community outreach just to say thank you to the wonderful people around us who support Liberty!”

Junior Ally Gerardot was a part of two different trunks, Student Council and golf.

“It was so much fun,” Gerardot said. “My favorite part was passing out candy to all of the little kids and seeing them in their costumes. Also, watching them be so excited to try and put the gumdrop on the gingerbread man in our game.”

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