Tide Athletes Host Halloween Event
"This is something that SAAC sponsors every year," University of Alabama Life Skills and Community Outreach Director Jill Lancaster said. "Children, typically 13 and under, are invited to come in their Halloween costumes and play games with their favorite Alabama athletes. It provides a safe environment for the children to enjoy themselves."
Families are invited to come spend the evening with Crimson Tide athletes and children are encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costumes.
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