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Treats on the Town a spooktacular event

After an absence of two years, due to Covid, around 400 children along with their parent/guardians had a spooktacular time Halloween evening at Treats on the Town all around the square.

In addition to lots of candy and goodies, the trick or treaters received some other nice loot as well... bracelets, stickers, children's books, coloring books, pictures with some really cool adult Halloween characters, a fire truck, face painting by FBLA high school students and even music by members of the ACHS marching band in front of the Historic Courthouse.

The Chamber of Commerce greatly appreciates our businesses, churches and organizations for participating, our local media for getting the word out, Chief Murphy and the City Police that made this fun, safe event possible for our children. You make our community great and we are 'stronger together'. Thank you so much!

Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce
Ellen Zornes, Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director
Debbie Selby, Treats on the Town, Coordinator

This story was posted on 2022-11-01 12:43:57
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