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2015 Halloween Album

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Early report from Chamber president Brenda Mann: Treats on the Town is off to a great start.
The Jaycees cotton candy booth is once again a favorite. Greg Thomas and Billy Pickett and the Jaycees started the evening with 950 bags, and supplies to make lots more. There are still two hours left of treats, candy and fun, so come be a part of Treats on the Town!!!




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Treats on the Square in Columbia getting underway



2015-10-31 - Photo By Linda Waggener.
The rain is holding off for spooks of all sizes to move onto the public square and check out the treats!

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Ready for the Halloween Crowd - Sat 31 Oct 2015



2015-10-31 - Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener .
Mt. Carmel United Methodist was well stocked and ready for Treats on the Town at 3:45pmCT. From left, Linda Garner, Courtney Grant and Jessica Wilkinson, and the Pastor, Bro. Lanny Garner. Moments later, there was a full stream around the square. Downtown was shut off to vehicles at 3:45pmCT. Treats on the Town is 4pm-7pmCT. - EW. (Got some Halloween photos you like to share? We'd love to have them for the 2015 Halloween Album)

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Debbie Selby, Treats on the Town



2015-10-31 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Brenda Mann, President, Columbia/Adair Chamber of Commerce.
Debbie Selby, chair person for Treats on the Town, left, at booth set up in front of Reed Bros. Insurance. An unusually large crowd has shown up for the event, which continues through 7pmCT, Saturday, October 31, 2015. - BRENDA MANN

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Crowds poured onto Square early for Treats on the Town



2015-11-01 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Brenda Mann, President, Columbia/Adair Chamber of Commerce.
Shortly after the 4pmCT opening, Halloween Trick or Treaters lined the perimeter of the Columbia Public Square for Treats on the Town. Despite the threat of rain, the celebration turned out to be one of the most successful in the years the Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce has presented it.

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Hailey's Halloween



2015-11-01 - Shelby Co., KY - Photo by Pen.
Hailey Waggener, proving that great cousins think alike, in a butterfly costume sewn by her Aunt Judy. Hailey is the granddaughter of Linda & Ed Waggener of Columbia, KY. - EW

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Lash and Emmett at Treats on the Town



2015-11-01 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Cayce Davenport.
Cayce writes, "Lash and Emmett are Time Traveling Trick-or-Treaters. They got such a great response from everyone on the square."

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