Trick or Treat So Others Can Eat


Volunteers sort donations to Trick or Treat So Others Can Eat

Community volunteers will be going door to door in Hays Tuesday, October 8,  collecting non-perishable food items during “Trick or Treat So Others Can Eat.”

The donations will go to the Community Assistance Center, which serves low-income residents of Ellis County.

Hays High School’s DECA Club coordinates the annual project.  Seniors Macey Pfeifer and Jessica Stoecklein are in charge this year:


This is at least the 14th year for the canned food drive.  DECA members who volunteer are also getting valuable experience, says Pfeifer:

The most-needed food items are canned fruits, vegetables and meat products, as well as boxed macaroni and cheese, instant potatoes, Hamburger Helper, and dried pasta.food drive


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  • Jana

    Great work DECA! I wish we could direct our tax money to causes like this, instead of bike paths & agencies like DHDC & ECCED which give nothing in return.