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Raiders host Halloween Tent or Treat

Last week, the Raiders held a festive "Tent or Treat" event inviting 200 children from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada clubhouses -- John C. Kish, Lied Memorial, Donald W. Reynolds, and Southern Highlands, to trick-or-treat at the Raiders Headquarters and Intermountain Health Performance Center.

The Raiderettes, members of football team's families, front office staff, and Raiders players QB Aidan O'Connell, T Thayer Munford Jr., WR Tre Tucker, DE Tyree Wilson, TE Michael Mayer, DT Nesta Jade Silvera, P AJ Cole, CB Nate Hobbs, and LB Robert Spillane hosted and helped decorate 17 tents for kids to stop by for sweet treats and fun games.

The event included a Raiders pumpkin patch, where kids had the chance to visit and pick out their own pumpkin, inflatable obstacle courses, slides, and football drills for all to enjoy. In addition, the Raiders received treats from partners, Pinkbox Doughnuts, MARS, and Frito-Lay for the event.

This is the second year the Raiders have teamed up with Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada to host this specific event. Additionally, they have worked together through multiple years hosting different events including Raiders Rookie Club and the launch of the Stretch and Move program. The clubs were also invited to Community Day at training camp, gamedays and more. The Raiders have also shown support to the Boys & Girls Clubs through grants and donations.

The Silver and Black hosted 200 children from the Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada for trick-or-treating, games and a pumpkin patch.

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