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Atchison Kiwanis Halloween parade canceled

(KAIR)--Yet another time-honored Atchison tradition has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Atchison Kiwanis Club President Lindsey Hansen says she is sad to report that the club’s annual Halloween Parade will not be held this year.

Hansen says Kiwanis will instead be participating in the Atchison VFW Auxiliary’s Drive-Thru “Trunk or Treat” event.

That event will be Saturday, October 31st, from 2 to 4 in the post parking area at 2201 Main in Atchison.

Parents or guardians are welcome to drive along the circle of decorated trunks while their dressed up trick-or-treaters have candy brought to them.

The post is seeking clubs, organizations, and businesses who would like to reserve a spot for this event.

If interested, or if you have questions, call Lynne Ball at 913-426-4784.


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