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Businesses treating on Halloween

by Mary Le Arneal
Published 10/26/11

The North Bend Chamber of Commerce and North Bend Optimist Club are sponsoring a Halloween Fun Night with treats at designated downtown businesses on Monday, Oct. 31, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The businesses will be handing out candy for costumed children until 5:30 p.m.

Those businesses participating include: Platte Valley Bank, Gambino’s, L.A. Tanning, NAPA, North Bend Eagle, Bullseye Transportation, Ron’s Pharmacy, A Little Off the Top, Emanuel Welding, Lodl’s Construction, North Bend City Hall, Corner Café, North Bend Insurance, North Bend Grain (in front of the Corner Café), Great Plains Communications and North Bend Family Care.

Business off Main Street participating in handing out treats include (note some locations different from business) Dodger Bowl, Kruger Feed & Seed, North Bend Fire Dept, North Bend Golf Course( at Platte Valley Bank), Shawsky’s, Arlie’s, Casey’s, Gail’s, North Bend Mini Mart, Do It Best, Red Brick Hair Chix (at Gambino’s), Floral Creations N’ D’Signs, Midwest Seed Genetics (at Dodger Bowl), Johnson Farm Equipment, Mullally Plumbing (at Dodger Bowl).

If any other businesses would like to participate, please contact Randy Dodge at 402-652-3752.

Floral Creations N’ D’Signs and Alex Legge Photography will be offering three photo backdrops and for a cost of $5, a 4x6 photo of all children participating in costume. Legge will take pictures of the Optimist contest winners and give them a free 8x10 photo.

After loading up on treats, the children are invited to participate in a Halloween parade at the city auditorium. The Optimists will begin organizing the children at 5:30p.m. With the parade and judging starting at 5:45 p.m.

There will be prizes for the top three costumes in each age category: infant through preschooler, kindergartners and first graders, second and third graders and fourth through sixth graders.

The public is invited to come to the auditorium to view the Halloween parade.

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