Greenwood High School students will be giving back to the community on Halloween night (Wednesday, October 31st) by passing out candy on the “Halloween Trail” – the city walking trail. Over 30 high school students will be dressed in silly, non-scary costumes and stationed along a quarter mile track of the City Walking Trail. A shuttle bus with bays for strollers and wagons will be parked at the Greenwood Street Building on Bell Road and will shuttle kids and their parents to the entrance of the trail at Zachery Park - the corner of Atlanta and Coker. Parking is available nearby and parents are encouraged to the walk the trail with their kids as no escorts will be provided. City firemen will be stationed at the entrance to pass out glow-in-the-dark necklaces and trick-or-treaters can walk the Halloween Trail and collect candy from approximately 10 different locations. There will be one station providing non-food treats. The Halloween Trial ends behind the South Sebastian County Court House as trick-or-treaters cross the bridge to the Trunk or Treat sponsored by local churches. From the Trunk or Treat— to avoid crossing any streets—the kiddos can return to the walking trail through the Coal Miners Monument area and cross under the bridge to City Hall and through the fire truck bay at the fire station. More candy will be distributed compliments of the Mayor’s Office. The trail is for kids 7th grade and under. The Halloween Trail will open at 5:30p and close at 7:30p. The last shuttle run will be at 7:15. Because of minimal lighting, everyone is encouraged to bring a flashlight. Any business, church or organization which would like to have a candy distribution station or provide wrapped/labeled candy, may sign up or donate by contacting the high school office at 996-4141. By providing this Halloween Trail, Greenwood High School would like to say thanks to the community for their support of all their academic and athletic activities though the school year.