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Hartselle Enquirer
Hartselle First Baptist Church has held Trunk or Treat events for more than 15 years.

First Baptist Hartselle to hold Trunk or Treat

Special to the Enquirer

For more than 15 years, First Baptist Church Hartselle has sponsored a fall Trunk or Treat event, and according to church leadership, each year it grows in popularity and number of activities provided for its participants. This year will mark the 12th year that Dawn Zanda has served as the director of the event, and her creativity and enthusiasm always make the evening a fun, exciting adventure for children and their families.

The crowd at last year’s Trunk or Treat was estimated between 400 and 500 people. Hot dogs and popcorn were available for all attendees, and there was plenty of candy from the many decorated trunks with costumed attendants. For the smaller participants there were train rides and games. Some indoor games were available for older children.

This year’s events are expected to be bigger and better than ever, and the extended Hartselle community is invited to come and be a part of this family-friendly event. There is no cost to attend.

Senior pastor Clayton Speed extends a warm welcome to the community to come enjoy the church campus for this family that will be held Oct. 26 from 6-7:30 p.m.

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