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The Juice - Oct. 30

Plus, seeking drivers for Election Day 🚐

Oct. 30, 2020

Halloween event for families tonight
The Wartburg women’s soccer team along, with support from the Wartburg Athletic Department, invites all Wartburg employee families to a night of trick-or-treating tonight, Oct. 30, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. This event was designed to give Wartburg families a safe alternative for trick-or-treating this year. We have guidelines to keep everyone safe (see below), and we will have lots of candy and glow sticks for the trick-or-treaters. We request that children be accompanied by an adult during the event. Wartburg student-athletes will also be dressing up in Halloween costumes to put on a safe and fun night for our Wartburg community!


Everyone (players, coaches, parents and trick-or-treaters) must wear a fabric face mask (costume masks do not count; please make sure children still wear a proper fabric face mask covering their mouth and nose).
Tables will be set up at each location for children to individually pick up treats so there is no close contact with anyone.
Social distancing between trick-or-treaters will also be enforced with cones at each location. This will help prevent children getting too close at each station.
All teams at this event will be at least 6 feet away from all trick-or-treaters.



All locations will be outside places with lights for children to trick-or-treat safely. We will have several stations/tables at each location, so your children will get plenty of candy!

Start at the main entrance of Walston-Hoover Stadium (football field) to pick up a glow stick
Walston-Hoover Stadium (football field)
Meirink Family Tennis Facility (tennis courts)
Track and field throwing area (by Salzwedel Field)
Salzwedel Field (soccer)
Lacrosse field
Harms Stadium at Hertel Field (baseball)
Lynes Field (softball)


Please contact Head Women’s Soccer Coach Tiffany Pins with questions.

Drivers needed for Election Day rides

Student Life is looking for volunteer staff/faculty drivers to drive students to the Waverly polling stations on Tuesday, Nov. 3. All drivers must be certified to drive a Wartburg vehicle; we will use a van outfitted with a Plexiglas barrier for driver safety. Students will be able to sign up for rides at the top of every hour from 9 a.m. through 7 p.m. Please email Jennifer Onuigbo if you are interested in helping, and include the times you would be available to help.

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