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City of Columbia Halloween activities

From the Office of Mayor Pam Hoots

The City of Columbia will be having Halloween activities on Friday, October 30, 2020.

The Mayor encourages businesses in Columbia to dress up and, to send the pictures to the City of Columbia Municipal Government Facebook page for posting.

If businesses want to have candy available; they are to use COVID-19 guidelines for distribution.

Orange light bulbs and lighting can be used to decorate your homes.

We will have two food trucks setup in the city parking lot on the corner of Merchant and Campbellsville Streets. They will be there starting at lunchtime. Scheduled to be there are: The First Baptist Church and Shogun of Bowling Green.

The Columbia City Police will release times for Halloween for Saturday, October 31.

This story was posted on 2020-10-20 17:06:18
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