MMA Cadets Celebrate Halloween

On Saturday, Oct. 30, each Missouri Military Academy (MMA) company designed and organized a Halloween activity for the cadets to enjoy.

Bravo Company staged a scavenger hunt around campus, where teams searched for clues and code words. Charlie Company hosted a competition in the gym that included a pie-eating contest, costume dodgeball, relay races, apple bobbing, and pumpkin carving and painting. Delta Company designed a haunted trail behind the field house, which saw groups of 20 that rode on a tractor-pulled wagon while the company hid behind the trees and jumped out to scare them.

Later that night, the cadets ate a traditional cookout meal with hot dogs, pulled pork, apple cider, hot cocoa and handfuls of candy.

On Halloween, 41 cadets visited the Missouri State Penitentiary for a two-hour ghost tour. This guided tour led them through one of the most haunted places in Missouri, featuring stories about inmates who were held there.

Back at MMA, there was a bonfire at which the cadets enjoyed s'mores and games and told ghost stories around the fire.

Click to view more photos from the weekend. 

Thanks to Lori Tillock, Sherry Meyer, and Kellie Lohmeyer for sharing photos.

 

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