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Halloween festivities kick off in Cherokee Co.

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(KYTX) - Looking for Halloween activities to keep your ghouls and goblins occupied this year? Then check out the Halloween Festivities happening around Rusk & Cherokee County.

Adrenalin Rush Zip Line, LLC "Haunted Zip Tours"

"Haunted Zip Tours" during the month of October, space on the Haunted Zip Tours are very limited, so book as early as possible in order to avoid disappointment.

For additional information, pricing & group packages and directions, please call (903) 683-6855, email info@daretozip.com, visit the website at www.DareToZip.com or become Friends with them on Facebook.

 

Confetti Photography & RHS 2014 Senior Finale Halloween Portraits Thursday, 10/31/13

Starting @ 4:00 PM. join Debbie Welch & Ashley Oliver, owners of Confetti Photography as they offer 5x7 Print Halloween Portraits for $10.00 and an add on option of a digital image for an additional $10.00!  They are partnering with the 2014 RHS Senior Finale to raise money for this event. 

For additional information about the products and services offered by Confetti Photography, please call 903.721.0873

 

Trick or Treat Around the Square - Thursday, 10/31/13

Starting at 4:00 PM.  All Businesses in Rusk are invited to attend, park your vehicle on the Square!

This event is to provide a safe environment for the children to Trick or Treat.

For additional information, please call 903.683.4242.

 

The Arbors Nursing & Rehabilitation Trick-or-Treat, Thursday 10/31/13

6:00 - 8:00 PM at 1884 Loop 343, Rusk, TX

For more info, call 903.683.1042

 

Alto Chamber of Commerce Tricking or Treats, Thursday 10/31/13

Starting at 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on W. San Antonio St, Alto

For more info, call 936.858.1000.

 

Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce "Trunk or Treat" Thursday 10/31/13

Starting at 5:00 PM at the Norman Activity Center Parking Lot, 526 E Commerce St, Jacksonville TX.  For more info, call the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, 903.586.2217

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