Montclair Ambulance Unit’s Community Outreach will be taking part in the “Trunk or Treat” event organized by the Montclair Recreation Department on Thursday, October 31, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Montclair High School George Inness parking lot on North Fullerton Avenue.
“MAU Community Outreach was designed with events like this in mind. We have our class room curriculum and training divisions but it’s also about becoming more and more involved with the community we serve. We’re really looking forward to this event.”, said MAU Deputy Chief Frank Carlo.
MAU EMT’s will be on hand to distribute glow sticks to the kids in attendance that can be used while trick or treating after the sun goes down.
Montclair’s Halloween Trunk-or-Treat (also known as Halloween tailgating) invites parents to decorate their car trunks and bring candy to hand out to trick-or-treaters. The event is sponsored by the Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs, Baristakids and the Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence.
Montclair Ambulance Unit is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health as basic life support ambulance service. Montclair Ambulance Unit has been serving Montclair and the surrounding communities since 1953.