Melanie Hernandez, Journalist, Photo Editor

       On October 31st, also known as Halloween, the city of Chino hosted an event where parents could take their children to trick or treat, eat some good food, play games, music, and even some giveaways. This was all put together by the city of Chino and went on from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Ruben S Ayala Park.  Kids of all ages were welcome. 

Chino High schools very own FCCLA (Family, career and Community leaders of America), participated in the event. FCCLA had a bean bag toss game going on in their booth, in which kids participated in, in exchange for candy. 

The FCCLA advisor Elizabeth Williams said, “My favorite part about participating in Spooktacular is seeing all the creative costumes.” This club has been working a booth at this event for the past few years and every year it gets bigger and better  

Overall this event held by the city is a fun way for kids to spend Halloween while being safe and responsible.