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Are you ready for a community party?


We're throwing a community party at Christ the King, and we need YOU!

But first, the details...

Date: October 22nd, 2022

Time: 3:00pm-5:30pm

Location: The Christ the King Parking Lot

What's Happening:

We're pairing up two AWESOME events to build relationships and connection within the Heart of the Valley community! That's right, we're mashing up our annual Trunk or Treat event with a rousing Tailgate Cook-Off competition PLUS...we'll have a bouncy castle on site. And who doesn't love a bouncy castle???

PLUS...we're not just looking to do this on our own. We're reaching out to local businesses and organizations and inviting them to play with us through sponsoring a trunk or competing in the cook-off. Along with that, they'll get the opportunity to promote their brand and mission! When we say community with this event, we mean COMMUNITY!

How can YOU get involved?

There's SO many ways! You Could....

  1. Decorate your trunk and hand out candy

  2. Volunteer to grill hot dogs and serve a light meal

  3. Compete in the tailgate cook-off

  4. Volunteer to help with the bouncy castle

  5. Recruit your business or organization to sponsor a trunk or compete in the cook-off

  6. Provide candy


Click the button above to sign up to sponsor a trunk,

to volunteer in some other way,

or to just let us know you're coming so we can have food for you


Click the button above to register for the tailgate cook-off


All fees collected will go to the winner's choice organization of:

YMCA Fox Cities

Feeding America

The Community Clothes Closet

World Relief


Looking for more information?

Trunk or Treat Contact: Tailgate Cookoff Contacts:


Susie S. Kelly V.

Director of Faith Formation: Innovation Team Member

Birth - 6th Grade


Associate Pastor,

Youth & Innovation

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