Halloween Festivities Begin Early

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Halloween Festivities Begin Early

Halloween festivities are off to a howling good start with events kicking off Thursday night. Sheridan Media’s reporter Judy Hagerott made the rounds for the night’s activities. Big Horn Elementary celebrated with a “Trunk-or-Treat” followed by a chili supper in the school gym.

Sponsored the the school PTO, PTO member Marsha Biegel said the night was a success.

Kathy Powers is in her second year as principal at the school and said Big Horn Elementary is all about family.

The Boy Scouts even got into the Halloween spirit with their first ever Haunted House. Scoutmaster for Troop 117, Chris Johnston said the event is a fundraiser for the scouts.

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A guillotine, electric chair and all sorts of things that go bump in the night had plenty of people screaming. For Jayde Eaton it was a spine tingling experience.

A line waiting to get in was forming outside the Burkitt Street Tragedy on Burkitt Street. A fundraiser for Holy Name School, screams could be heard a block away. The Ax Man was waiting inside.

Both haunted houses are fundraisers and there is a cost to enter at your own risk.

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Halloween Festivities Begin Early
Halloween Festivities Begin Early
Halloween Festivities Begin Early
Halloween Festivities Begin Early
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