Fort Campbell families were able to come together this weekend and celebrate Halloween early this year.
Soldiers assigned to the 1-32nd Cavalry Regiment held their 3rd annual Trunk or Treat event on post with their families and children dressed up for the occasion.
Squadron Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Cloyd Smith says positive events like the one that was held this Saturday, help military families establish bonds that will carry them through tough times, especially when their loved one is away for training or deployed in harms way.
Renae Scott, the wife of Sergeant Anthony Scott talks about some of the things she enjoyed at the Trunk or Treat event.
Kathryn Gilbreath, the spouse of Sergeant First Class James Gilbreath says this is the first time she has attended a Trunk or Treat event and says she plans on attending more in the future.
Mrs. Gilbreath also says the event is a great way for families to have fun and meet other military couples in a safe and controlled environment.
Lieutenant Colonel Cloyd Smith replaces Lieutenant Colonel Paul Taylor.