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Spooky costumes, delicious food delights and Halloween fun was happening on the Calhoun County Fairgrounds this past Sunday, as the Warrior Pride held their Annual Halloween Carnival. “We do this every year except for last year because of COVID. We usually hold it in the school but because of the pandemic we thought it would be better to have it outside,” Andrea Eilerman said. “This is a fundraising event that we have for our sports’ programs and I just want to thank everyone for coming and helping out this year since we changed things at the last minute.”
Families and kids who came out to the event had a chance to go through a spooky haunted house which was put on by the CHS’s students. They had a cake walk, pumpkin painting, sweets, food games and a fortune telling booth.
“The weather held up and we have had al of Andrea people come through. Everyone had a great time.” Eilerman said.