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Halloween Fun at Santiago Canyon College Begins with their First-Ever “Trunk or Treating” activity Oct. 14


 (October 3, 2022) - - Orange, CA - - Calling “trick or treaters" of all ages who are ready to don their favorite Halloween costumes and collect an assortment of delicious candy! Make plans to be part of a free, family-friendly “Trunk or Treating" event, set for Friday, October 14, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Santiago Canyon College's (SCC) parking lot 1, at 8045 E. Chapman Ave. in Orange.

A trunk or treating event is one where community members decorate the trunks of their cars in fun Halloween fashion and disseminate candy to festively dressed ghosts, ghoulies and goblins in a safe and confined location. In addition to the trick or treating activity, the event will also feature food trucks, vendors, games and music. All who attend are encouraged to come in costume.

“In the spirit of opening SCC's doors to our communities, we're thrilled to join efforts with Orange County blogger, Pattie Cordova, and her team to host this fun event," commented SCC's Interim President, Enrique Perez.  “I hope that families, our students, faculty and staff join their kids for some pre-weekend merriment."

Community and business residents who would like to host a car or participate as a vendor should contact Pattie, Stephanie or Belinda at


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About Santiago Canyon College -​
Santiago Canyon College (SCC) is one of two colleges in the Rancho Santiago Community College District. Accredited in 2000, this dynamic and award-winning institution is located in Southern California, in the city of Orange, and provides an array of educational opportunities to the over 195,000 residents comprising the eclectic community. SCVC offers 221 degree and certificate programs (including 28 transferable associate degrees). Ranked among the “50 Best Community Colleges" in the U.S. by College Choice, SCC was recognized multiple times by the Chronicle of Higher Education as one of “The Great Colleges to Work for," received Gold-level status as a Military Friendly School® and boasts dedicated faculty, high-quality and student-centered education, with excellent university transfer rates supported by transfer-guarantee programs. For more info, visit:


Lilia Rodriguez
Public Information Officer
Santiago Canyon College
Office: 714.628.5936