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Letter: Halloween Trail was successful again

By Jacoba Nagel, President, Nobles County Historical Society The Halloween Trail at Pioneer Village was held Oct. 29 and, in spite of the windy, rainy weather, it was great fun and a great success. A total of 531 children in costumes and 434 adul...

By Jacoba Nagel, President, Nobles County Historical Society

The Halloween Trail at Pioneer Village was held Oct. 29 and, in spite of the windy, rainy weather, it was great fun and a great success. A total of 531 children in costumes and 434 adults came out to enjoy the scary and fun festivities.

  Special thanks to all who helped make this event a success. Included in this thank-you are The Worthington Daily Globe, KWOA Radio, Rune's Furniture, HyVee, New Dawn, the Dollars for Scholars kids, Fulda Area Credit Union, Community Corrections, AgStar, Reading Bus Lines,Fareway, WalMart, Sterling Drug, Holiday Gas Station on Oxford Street, Walgreens, Shopko, Perkins, Panderia, Runnings, Ellie Zylstra, Jose Lamas, Betty Gubrud, and The Optimist Club.

  Without your donations and participation, this community event would not be possible. The Nobles County Historical Society Board members sincerely appreciate the donations and cooperation, and we are looking forward to the 2017 Halloween Trail.

 

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