Local Unions in this City Are Giving Free Halloween Costumes to Families Who Can’t Afford Them

By Sahid Fawaz

Minnesota unions are making some kids happy this Halloween as the members step in to provide free costumes.

The Duluth Tribune reports:

“This Halloween, don’t be Spiderman or Wonder Woman for the third year in a row — be a construction worker.

Labor union coalition Elevate Minnesota is giving away free costumes to families who may not be able to afford them in an effort to boost interest in the trades — and make sure trick-or-treaters are highly visible, of course.

The event takes place 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday at Fruit of the Vine food shelf at Vineyard Church, 1533 W. Arrowhead Road in Duluth.”

 

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