About 20 C.M. Russell High School drama students went trick-or-treating so kids could eat on Saturday for an annual food drive.
While dressed in Halloween costumes, the thespians walked through designated neighborhoods and knocked on doors to ask residents to donate non-perishable food items.
The food items will go to the food pantry that serves CMR students and families.
"CMR drama is doing this to help as many people as possible because that is what we like to do," Drama student Jacob Collins said. "We go out and volunteer."
The CMR Food Pantry accepts donations throughout the year.
To learn more about the food pantry, visit here.