More Than 1,000 Kids Given Candy At Trunk or Treat at Imprint Ministries
by James Coulter
More than 1,000 costumed children were able to receive their Halloween treats during the inagural Trunk or Treat at Imprint Ministries at Citrus Center Boys & Girls Clubs.
On Halloween weekend, Imprint Ministries hosted a trunk or treat event at the Citrus Center Boys & Girls Clubs in Winter Haven. The event was organized by Paul Bishop and Trevor Allen from Imprint Ministries.
Attendees young and old were able to peruse various parked vehicles and local vendors for free candy. They could also enjoy inflatable bounce houses and live Christian upbeat music.
Several local organizations and businesses participated in that evening’s event. Melanie Brown Culpepper and Lorie Judd from Melanie’s Cutting Edge Salon were some of those participants dressed as a bunch of pirate wrenches with their pirate themed booth.
“Thank you, Paul Bishop, for the invite to Melanie’s Cutting Edge and thank you to Lorie Peugh Judd for doing an amazing job on helping pull our pirate ship together,” Melanie said. “We had a good time and what a huge turnout. Several of your testimony’s really touched me and the entertainment was perfect. God bless you for such an amazing day.”
Imprint Ministries is a local religious ministry that seeks to serve its local community through the Gospel of Christ. Its mission statement on its website simply states that they are motivated in “touching one life at a time.”
“We want to make an impact in our city for Christ,” their website states. “We want to join forces with our local community programs and help reach the people in Winter Haven. We believe in serving others, sharing God’s love with our actions.”