Halloween Events

Davey Jones and many of his friends were present at the annual Pack 48 Cub Scout Halloween carnival
Davey Jones and many of his friends were present at the annual Pack 48 Cub Scout Halloween carnival

Halloween in White City
The White City Community Improvement Association, South Valley Bank and the Jackson County Sheriff’s White City station will be inviting families to stop by the sheriff’s office on Halloween evening from 7-9 p.m.
They will be available to inspect candy and give out goodies and gift certificates.
There will be prizes for the scariest costume, the best homemade outfit, as well as the most original, the funniest and cutest and there will be a prize for the best family costumes.
The sheriff’s office is in the Rogue Family Center, 3131 Ave. C.

Halloween at Eagle Cove
Eagle Cove Retirement Assisted Living’s annual Halloween Open House is Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m.
year they will have a pirate theme. Residents have been busy with art
work for the dining room walls and the staff will be dressed for the
occasion. The public is invited to have their picture taken with the
Tricks will be supplied by Terry Veckey, a magician who recently moved here from the Chicago area.
the children for a safe, fun Halloween, there will be tricks and treats
for all ages. The retirement facility is located at 261 Loto, across
from the post office, in Eagle Point.

Haunted House Benefit
will be a haunted house in Eagle Point Oct. 30 and 31st. The haunted
house is open from 6-10 p.m. on the dates previously listed.
Admission is $6 with proceeds going to the EPHS wrestling team. Those bringing a can of food for ACCESS will be admitted for $5.
haunted house is located on the east side of Hwy 62 near the bridge
that crosses Antelope Creek. The address is 9512 Hwy 62. For
information call 830-0827.

SC-ET Carnival
Halloween means
carnival time for students at Shady Cove and Trail. There will be a
carnival at the Shady Cove gymnasium on Wednesday, Oct. 31, from
5:30-7:30 p.m.
A number of donations are needed and may be
taken to either school. Items needed include cake decorations,
Halloween decorations, pumpkins, prizes and wrapped candy. All
donations are needed by Monday, Oct. 15.
Volunteers are also
needed to help set up, operate the game booths and to clean up. Call
Sandy Krueger at 830-6210 to sign up as a volunteer.

Harvest Party at EPCB Church
Point Community Bible Church will be holding their annual Harvest Party
on October 31 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Little Butte school
gymnasium. This family fun event, an alternative to the traditional
Halloween spookiness, will feature games, activities, and contests for
all ages. There is a $1 suggested donation.

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