The Plymouth Kiwanis Club donated candy to Miller’s Assisted Living for their annual Community Trick or Treat which will take place on Saturday Oct 31st from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. The Kiwanis organization has been dedicated to helping children since 1915.
Kiwanis president Rodney Jacobs stated, “We are dedicated to helping the children in Plymouth, our surrounding communities and at Riley’s Children’s Hospital.”
Miller’s Marketing Director Anna Corbett was on hand to receive the candy donation.
“We enjoy opening our community to the children for Trick or Treat”, said Corbett. “The residents have fun passing out the candy and interacting with the children and their families. We anticipate approximately 500 children will pass through our hallways during our annual trick or treat. Our facility provides a clean, fun, safe and warm environment for the community children to go trick or treating.”
Photo: Kiwanians, Maria Pesak; President; and Pam Ketcham, Secretary present a Halloween candy donation to Anna Corbett of Miller’s Assisted Living.