Spooktacular Fun Awaits at New River Community and Technical College Trunk or Treat Extravaganza

[BEAVER, WV] [GHENT, WV] – New River Community and Technical College invites the local community to a frightfully delightful Trunk or Treat at one of their two participating locations this Saturday, October 28th! This family-friendly Halloween celebration promises a time filled with spooky treats, creative costumes, and a trunk-load of fun!

Event Details:


October 28th, 2023


Raleigh County Campus

280 University Drive

Beaver, WV 25813

Advanced Technology Center

527 Odd Rd

Ghent, WV 25843


(RCC) 1-4pm

(ATC) 5-8pm

Gather your little ghouls and goblins for a safe and exciting trunk-or-treating experience. All decorated trunks will be filled with delicious candies and treats, with the most creatively decorated trunk and costume receiving a prize!

The New River CTC Trunk or Treat events were organized by New River CTC Assistant Professor of Social Services, Kelli White (RCC) and Interim Dean of Workforce Technical and Community Education, Jonathan Hartwell (ATC). Students, faculty, and staff from New River CTC will be participating, featuring the Browning Social Services Club.

Trunk or Treat is open to the public, and admission is free. Costumes are highly encouraged for both kids and adults. Parking is available on campus, and New River CTC members will be on hand to assist with directions.

For media inquiries and further information, please contact:

Mykah F. Price

Director of Communications

New River Community and Technical College

Phone: 304-929-5450

New River Community and Technical College serves nine counties in southeast and south-central West Virginia: Fayette, Greenbrier, Mercer, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Raleigh, Summers and Webster. The College offers classes online, in Beaver at the Raleigh County Campus, in Ghent at the Advanced Technology Center, in Hinton at Summers County ARH Hospital, in Lewisburg at the Greenbrier Valley Campus, in Marlinton at One Room University, in Princeton at the Mercer County Campus and in Summersville at the Nicholas County Campus.