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Proceeds from $5 ticket sale go to local charities
I recently read an advice column where a lady asked the question, “Kids from poorer neighborhoods keep coming to trick or treat in mine. Do I have to give them candy?”
Fall For Seneca 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Seneca. $1 per person includes games, inflatables, food, health fair and an outdoor movie at sundown. Bring a chair or a blanket.
In a few hours, homes across many neighborhoods will hear the tip-toeing of little feet and the excitement that follows once the doorbell has rung, “trick-or-treat!”
Police on the lookout for 15 others