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Congers Halloween Spooktacular Set for October 30th and 31st

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Congers Halloween Spooktacular 🎃 Set for October 30th and 31st.

This year they will be hosting two nights from:

Sat 30th / 5pm – 10pm
Sun 31st / 4pm – 930pm (Main event)

Located at 99 Highway Ave, Congers.

“Sat might not have all the scary monsters in the yard as we always have last minute things to setup. So you’ll prob seeing us walking around fixing things. If you want the full scare factor we suggest you come Sunday.

We recommend younger kids come during day light hours if they don’t want to see the ghouls and scary creatures. They tend not to come out during the day!”

Entry Fee: Bring canned food or non perishable food donations, which will get donated back to a local charity in need of it.

We highly recommend grabbing a friend or two, grab some canned good and enjoy the Congers Halloween Spooktacular! 👻 🧟

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Blood Drive on February 22nd in Honor of Suffern HS Grad Madie Nicpon

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SUFFERN, NY – Today, Thursday a blood drive will be held in recognition of Suffern High School graduate Madie Nicpon. Suffern High School USO is teaming up with the Madie Nicpon 2gether Foundation to host a blood drive on Thursday, February 22nd in the SHS library from 2 – 8 pm. All members of the SCSD, Suffern and surrounding communities are encouraged to donate. Time slots are open and the link is live. Donors are highly encouraged to use the QR code or go to the website to sign up for appointments! Walk-ins will be accepted but again the people who make appointments will be given priority

Attached you will find the flyer from NY Blood that you can print out and display in your offices/places of employment if so wish.

On behalf of the Nicpon family, the administrative team and myself we sincerely thank you for your support.

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Pearl River Train Show by the Bergen County Model Railroad Club From February 17 to March 10

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ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY – Now in it’s 33rd year of operation, the train show is the perfect addition during the cold winter months of February and March. Experience several new or revised large complex track layouts with a dozen or more trains running at a time. The show runs from February 17 to March 10 at the Pearl River United Methodist Church (130 Franklin Ave, Pearl River, NY 10965)

Put on your conductor hats and get ready to hit the rails because the train show is chugging along this year. Visit the link here to find out pricing and hours.

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