PIPPA PASSES, KY. – Alice Lloyd College student–athletes, along with various campus organizations, brought an abundance of smiles to many area children this Halloween as they hosted the third annual “Trunk or Treat” in Pippa Passes. The event took place on October 31th from 6pm till 8pm. ALC’S Dean of Students and head baseball coach, Scott Cornett, helped organize the festivities. “Our goal in planning this was to get all of our student groups, clubs, organizations, and athletes involved in a community project. We also wanted to give our young men and women the opportunity to give a little something back to the region that has been so supportive of us.” In “Trunk or Treat,” groups of college students brought their vehicles to various areas on campus with the trunks stuffed full of tasty treats that the little ghosts, goblins, superheroes, and princesses would love. When the children came by, the college students took time to talk with each of them and comment on the kids’ costumes. Many of the ALC students themselves dressed the part, which helped add to the fun factor.