ALTON - On October 22 join Trinity’s Way for their first Halloween Trivia Night. Doors open at 5 PM and will be hosted in conjunction with Moose Lodge 951. Proceeds will benefit Renee’s Rescue Sanctuary and Trinity’s Way. On top of a fun-filled night filled with Halloween trivia, there will also be a 50/50 raffle, basket raffles, and a costume contest. The event is $15/person or you can reserve a table for you and seven of your spooky friends for $120.
Trinity’s Way formed in 2018 after 17-year-old Trinity Buel was killed in a tragic car accident. The nonprofit was started by her mother, April Gray, and her godfather, Chris Unthank, to carry on Buel’s kindness and compassion for animals and the environment.
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That same year, the group hosted their first annual Trinity River Festival, and the festival returns every year as a mainstay within the nonprofit. The organization uses funds raised from the festival to provide support for area animal-related and environmental organizations.
For more information and to RSVP, please visit the Trinity’s Way Facebook page.
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