Salem Academy to Host Halloween Party for Local Foster Families
65-70 foster families, Diggs-Latham Elementary School and Salem Academy student organizations
Student organizations at Salem Academy will host a Halloween party and dinner for foster families from the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County area. Activities are being arranged by student-run organizations and will include games such as face painting, clothespin drop, ring toss and twister. A dinner catered by Salem’s dining services will conclude the party. The Halloween event has been a tradition for 35 years and provides local foster families with an exciting evening and an opportunity to connect with Salem Academy students.
Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 6-7 p.m.
Bryant Hall—786 East Salem Avenue, Winston-Salem (by the athletic fields across from the State Employees Credit Union on Salem Avenue).
About Salem Academy and College
Salem Academy and College is the oldest educational institution for girls and women in the United States. With more than 15,000 alumnae who serve as teachers, physicians, researchers, artists, musicians, inventors, community volunteers, and business executives, Salem Academy and Salem College continue to educate the next generation of global leaders. For more information about Salem Academy, please visit salemacademy.com. For more information about Salem College, please visit salem.edu.
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