This year's Renaissance themed "trunk" / float topped them all. Mom sewed for hours on costumes & a backdrop was thrown together, creating our thrown room. Tunes from A Knights Tale rocked out & again it was a success... jaws dropped and people were amazed! We had a blast and I was assured once again that all the hard work going into it was worth it.
The Church of Christ in Bertram hosted over 1800 in attendance (remember that we are talking about a church with about 180 members). This year's Trunk-r-Treat event had over 20 "trunks" to get treats at, 2 bounce houses, 2 climbing walls, a train, carnival games, popcorn, hot dogs, and so much more. It was better organized & more hyped up than ever. I know of some people that drove almost 2 hours just to see how a church this size can pull off such a big event. I can honestly say that the people at the Bertram CofC have huge hearts & are some of the most friendly people I have ever met (if only we lived closer - sigh). They also do a huge community fish fry later in the year. The Cosper Crew involvement is simply family related, but we look forward to this time of community outreach every year!