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Halloween events this Friday

Reformed Church event set 5-8 p.m.; treats, crafts

GRANGEVILLE — All are welcome to stop by the Grangeville Christian Reformed Church Oct. 31, located on 4th and N. Junction Street. They will be handing out treats and hot chocolate from 5-8 p.m. For all children who like to make crafts, a take-home craft will be available. For questions call Maryann at 983-0955.

Trunk or Treat event at courthouse 4-6 p.m.

GRANGEVILLE — The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office, along with The Grangeville City Police, The Grangeville Fire Department, the Syringa Hospital ambulance crew and other local businesses will present a Trunk or Treat event Friday, Oct. 31, 4-6 p.m., in the back parking lot of the Idaho County courthouse. The Lions Club will also join the fun and give away food.

Bring children to join in at the annual trunk or treat by trick or treating from trunks. This is a safe and unique way to “trick or treat” by going “trunk to trunk” in a family-friendly, festive atmosphere that is part of the area’s safe and sane Halloween program.

This event is free to all Idaho County residents. To donate candy or prizes, drop off at the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office.

For questions, call Idaho County Dispatch at 983-1100.

Harvest party at Nazarene church

GRANGEVILLE – A harvest “bond” fire will be held at the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene Friday, Oct. 31, 5-8 p.m., with treats, drinks and hot dogs for all who stop by. The church is located at 515 W. N. 2nd Street in Grangeville.

Kamiah Chamber sponsors annual Halloween event

KAMIAH – The Kamiah Chamber of Commerce will present its annual Halloween costume contest, trick-or-treating and kiddie parade event Friday, Oct. 31. Meet at the fire station for costume judging from 3:30-4 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for cutest, silliest, most original and the one that looks the most like fall. After prizes are awarded, the group will trick-or-treat at Kamiah merchants.


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