OCuSOFT, Inc. hosts a community Halloween event

Shown Back row, from left: Rose Schraer, Irene Herrera, Monica Gonzales, Mayor Vincent Morales, Yolanda Cisneros, Dorthy Eakins, Kathy Owen and Juan Hernandez; Front row, from left: Kathy Benkenstein and Shawn Davis.

OCuSOFT, Inc., a privately held research, development and supply company specializing in eye and skin care, opened the doors of its corporate headquarters in Rosenberg, Texas to host a special Halloween event for the local community as well as their employee’s families.

Over 60 children from Kidzville Learning Academy and Little Oaks Learning Center were treated to a party that consisted of trick-or-treating throughout the facility, face painting, a haunted house, a photo booth and a class on the importance of eyelid hygiene conducted by OCuSOFT®’s CEO and Co-Chairman, Cynthia Barratt.  In the spirit of Halloween, the entire OCuSOFT® Team dressed up in full costumes to hand out treats which were all kindly donated by employees as well as several businesses in the Rosenberg area. OCuSOFT® would like to thank Bullritos, Carl’s Jr., Chick-Fil-A, CiCi’s Pizza, Dairy Queen, Firehouse Subs, McDonald’s, Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt and Walgreens for providing generous discount coupons and meal vouchers in support of the event.

As a special treat, Mayor Vincent Morales also paid a visit to join in on the festivities and judge OCuSOFT®’s annual company-wide costume contest. The winning team, pictured with The Mayor, not only dressed up as Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, but they also decorated their work area to look like scenes from the movie!

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