The Chickasaw Development Foundation, along with area businesses and organized groups, are partnering to bring the children and youth of Houston a “bootiful” night of fun on the Square Oct. 31.
Local merchants, business owners and members of Houston First United Methodist Church will be offering candy and treats and children are encouraged to enter the costume contest. Contestants will be judged in three categories:
n Preschool division
n Lower Elementary division
n Upper Elementary division
Six gift certificates will be presented to winners of the costume contest, a girl and boy in each age division.
Children will also be treated to a free, age-appropriate movie at the event. The movie will begin at 7 p.m. and last approximately 90 minutes.
The east and north sides of the square (Jefferson and Washington Streets) will be blocked off for security purposes and those attending are encouraged to bring lawn chairs
Any businesses, individuals, civic groups or churches who would like to join in the event and participate are welcome and may call Joyce East at 456-2321 for information.
CDF hosts Spooktacular Boo Bash Oct. 31
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