Along with plenty of candy, this year the event looks to give back in a bigger way in their partnership with Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. The public is encouraged to bring and donate diapers to benefit Sweet Cheeks. In addition, Jolly Plumbing will contribute $15 to Sweet Cheeks for each child dressed up as a plumber or poop emoji. “The internationally renowned plumbers Mario and Luigi absolutely count!” Jolly explained. Even if your unable to attend the event in-person, the public can tag Jolly Plumbing on Facebook or Instagram with a photo of your child dressed up accordingly and they will donate.
Jolly also partners with their neighbors, the Next Chapter Church for the event. Rob Roy, pastor at the Next Chapter Church likes the idea because it allows them to show their children’s ministry area. “We have done a lot of revamping with our children's area so it will be a great place for a monster room and a mad scientist lab, it should be a really good time.”
Trucks and Treats starts at 4:30 PM on October 23rd and will go until 6:30 PM in Wilder. Kids (and parents) are encouraged to dress up. To find out more about the event and get an exact address head to Jolly Plumbing’s Facebook page.
Facebook Album from Last Years Event: https://www.facebook.com/pg/JollyPlumb/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1100565256766023
Video coverage from WCPO at a Lil Plumbers Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHYyjjw6eXA
Link to the Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/708198323030812/