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Trunk or Treat Eddystone

Trunk or Treat at Dom Marion Field – Saturday, October 28

Gates open at 7 PM
Setup begins at 5 PM
All participants are asked to donate a bag of candy.

Dom Marion Field (behind Lighthouse Hal) – 1401 9th Street, Eddystone, PA 19022

ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A RESPONSIBLE ADULT!!
Any residents/businesses interested in donating candy, please reach out to any Rec Board member to meet up for pick up or delivery.

Register vehicles with Aminata (267) 838-5294 or email Eddystonerecreation@gmail.com

 

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