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Jerry Bruce Campus Non-profits to Hold Trunk or Treat for Local Families

9:48 PM · Oct 10, 2022

Jerry Bruce Community Campus partner organizations Family Development Center, The FISH Food Pantry, Umpqua Homes, Inc., United Community Action Network, and Aviva Health are holding a Trunk or Treat for local families Saturday, October 22, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., in the Aviva Health parking lot, 150 NE Kenneth Ford Drive. More than 30 staff members from the partner organizations are volunteering their time and trunks to hand out store-purchased, individually wrapped candy or toys to children and their families in attendance. Children and their parents or guardians are encouraged to wear costumes to add more Halloween spirit to the event. “This will be a great event put on by Jerry Bruce Community Campus organizations to celebrate the Halloween season, bring families together, and raise awareness for the incredible partners we have on our campus,” says KC Bolton, CEO of Aviva Health. “As we continue to strengthen the bonds with our campus partners, it’s our collective hope to not only make Trunk or Treat an annual affair but offer other events for families to enjoy throughout the year as well.” The entire Aviva Health parking lot on the west side of the facility where the Trunk or Treat takes place will be closed to vehicle traffic for the safety of families and volunteers attending the event. Those who attend can park in the Family Development Center parking lot located at 300 NE Jerrys Drive or in the parking lot on the east side of the Aviva Health building. ABOUT THE JERRY BRUCE COMMUNITY CAMPUS The Jerry Bruce Community Campus (JBCC) was established through the generosity of Jerry and Ronny Bruce, longtime Roseburg residents who over the years have supported a variety of charitable organizations. JBCC is home to five non-profit organizations: Family Development Center; Umpqua Homes, Inc.; The FISH Food Pantry; United Community Action Network; and Aviva Health. Each organization provides essential social and health services to children, adults and families across Douglas County.

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