Sunday, October 31, 2010

Alpine Township Hosts First Annual Fall Halloween Fest

The number of people who attended the first Alpine Township Fall Halloween Festival probably guaranteed that the event will be repeated next year.  Hundred of kids and parents came to the Township Sports Complex and enjoyed free hot dogs, donuts, apple cider, ice cream and candy.  There  were free apples too, and even pumpkins for all kids who wanted to take one home.  Organizers Jim May and Ron Cordes, both Township Trustees, were very pleased with the outcome, and wish to thank the many volunteers that helped make this a success.  They also like to thank the following donors:

Under the Pines - Pumpkins
Steve Alt - Pumpkins
Aseltine - Cider
Ron Cordes - Candy, Donuts, Cocoa
Ron and Jackie May - Ice cream,  Cones, Apples, Water, Face Painting
Frito Lay - Chips
Mike's Cycle Station - Paper Products
Pumb's and Eckridge - Buns and Hot Dogs
Ted Wallace - Buns & Condiments
Dunneback Dairy - Face Painting
Alpine Township - Tent
Bill Steffen - Weather

Special thanks also to Gino and Mary Rangel and family for their help.

In addition to the treats, kids and parents alike enjoyed the opportunity to inspect the Fire Department's new fire engine, or the large Massey Ferguson tractor provided by Sparta Farm & Lawn.

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