City of Odessa Hosts Trunk or Treat
News Flash: Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Trunk-or-Treat in Odessa, Texas Odessa, Texas - On Thursday, October 26, the city of Odessa came together in a remarkable show of unity and community spirit at Woodson Park. The Odessa Police Department, Fire Department, and the 1:11 Project collaborated to host a special event, the "Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Trunk-or-Treat."
This event was a unique and meaningful way to celebrate Halloween while raising awareness about the dangers of fentanyl poisoning. Families and children gathered to enjoy the festivities, and Frost, the beloved mascot of the 1:11 Project, was in the heart of the action. Frost, in full costume and character, had an absolute blast engaging with the children and spreading smiles throughout the event. His presence added an extra layer of joy and excitement to the evening, making it an unforgettable experience for all in attendance. The city of Odessa came out in full force to support the event, demonstrating their commitment to community well-being and awareness. The local police and fire departments played a pivotal role in ensuring a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone. A heartfelt thank you goes out to the city of Odessa, all those who participated, and especially the children who shared their candy and love with Frost. Your warm reception and enthusiasm made this event a tremendous success.
If you'd like to invite Frost to your future events or gatherings, please don't hesitate to get intouch with the Malcolm Xavier Agency at 432- 703-0567. Frost is always ready to spread joy, positivity, and important messages to the community.
The "Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Trunk-or-Treat" in Odessa, Texas, was a shining example of how communities can come together to celebrate, educate, and create lasting memories while promoting a vital message of awareness and safety. Thank you, Odessa, for your support and participation!-- --