Costume Contest for young and old — humans and pets
Games and Scary Activities
The annual Halloween celebration is set for 5:30 p.m. Downtown businesses will decorate their windows and give out candy. Other businesses and organizations are encouraged to “Trunk-or-Treat,” which is backing a car or truck into a designated space to give out candy. Spirit Awards will be given for businesses and Trunk-or-Treat groups.
Trick-or-Treaters will again compete in a costume contest in the parking lot behind North Star Emporium. Prizes will be awarded in Wee Ones, Child, Pre-teen, Teen, Adult, Family, and Pet categories.
Some businesses will provide games and scary attractions and everyone will be encouraged to visit the games at First Baptist Church’s fall festival.
Appropriate vendors can reserve a space for $25. To reserve a space to give out candy (no charge) or to sell, call the Better Hometown Office at 706.635.4711 ext. 5. Information can be handed out with, but not instead of, candy.
Better Hometown is also looking for candy donations.