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Here's three things to do for Halloween

Modified: Monday, Oct 21st, 2013

What’s Brewing at the Haunted Barn this year?

The ‘Haunted Barn’ of Moody County will again come to life with monsters, witches and all sorts of creepy things this Halloween season. Doors will be open from 6:30-9:30 p.m. each night on Friday, Oct 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26. The admission is once again a non-perishable food item – all of which are donated to the Moody County Breakbasket Food Pantry.

Children are encouraged to wear their costumes if they wish and once again refreshments will be served. To find the barn look between Egan and Colman on Highway 34. It is located on the corner of SD Hwy 34 & 474th Avenue, just 1.5 miles east of I-29.

Organizer Jane Witte said, “This is our family’s way of helping to fill a huge need in our county,” through the gifts of the non-perishable food items.

“Everyone is invited and encouraged to come help support this worthwhile cause.”

MCRC looking for Zombies to arrive on Nov. 3

Register by Nov. 1 

Prepare for the zombie apocalypse 5th-12th graders!!!

Come to the Moody County Resource Center in Flandreau in your best zombie costume as we check out your undead knowledge, test your zombie survival skills, and make ghoulish creations!

The fun takes places at the Resource Center on Sunday, November 3 from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. You MUST register by November 1st for planning purposes. For registration and more information call 997-3326.

RRC/FSST to host “Kids Safe Street” on Halloween, October 31

Royal River Casino & Hotel is teaming up with the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe, in hosting “Kids Safe Street” on Thursday, Oct. 31 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the new FSST Community Center gymnasium.

This event will have admission of only a canned good/non-perishable item, per adult/child coming through; open to the public.

Proceeds will be donated to the Moody County Breadbasket Food Pantry. A safe and fun environment for families to enjoy for the Halloween Holiday will be provided.

This event has been held every year for the past four years and it keeps growing each year. Last year, there were over 400+ in attendance, seeing brand new little faces and little faces that returned. This also brought in over 420 canned goods/non-perishable items that were donated to the Breadbasket.

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