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Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 ]Mason County Journal- Page A'19 II IIM.. !Q I :iZ N i?iI]]] ii" -' i ": I> I ii I'~" i:W#I Iii.!I i~I Wagon rides and hay are among the Farms' Pumpkin Patch a.m. to 6 p.m. E. state Journal From dances to costume contests, Halloween revelers will have plenty of options ;COl71 L o me contest=, fan carnivals, I dances and a lato-night screening I of the cult classic Rocky Hor- ror Picture Sho~' are among the Halloween offerings in Mason County. i SHELTON The Shetton Lady Elks will present a Haunted Hoedown, a fundraiser for youth programs, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday at the lodge at 741 SE Craig Road. The event will include dinner at 6 p.m. and dancing to the band Doubleback beginning at 8 p.m.. The cost for the dinner and dance is $20. For information, call Mishelle Thompson at 426-2322. Several churches co-hesting a .: p.m. to8 r at Oakland Bay Junior High 11 p.m. Admission is $7.50 for adults andS7 for students. Play old-fashioned games at a free har- vest carnival event from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.n Friday at 1521 Monroe St. For more infor- marion, call 426-6402. Gospel Lighthouse Church will pre- senting a free harvest party from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at the church at 982 Arcadia Road SE. Participants are asked to wear costumes that are not scary. For more infor- mation, call 490-3735. American Legion Post No. 31 will pres- ent its second annual harvest festival for children ages 6 to 16 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at Memorial Hall, 210 W. Franklin St. Silver coins will be awarded to partygo- ers wearing costumes judged to be the most patriotic. Games and goodies will be offered. Live music, dancing and a costttme contest will be part of Tim Johnson's Monster Ball 2014 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday at 205 W. Cota St., downtown Shelton. Admission is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. For more information, call Larry Mitchell at 490-0542. see L=l/Ehrl' , page A-24 IMBSTINE ISLAND NEWS victims. Well, Judy and I drive for the Northwest Burn slipped away to Foundation. It was held Arizona'this " Oct. 18. Island past week and enjoyed volunteer firefight- some sunny, 90-de- ers collected more gree weather and a than $800 the granddaughter's wed- cause, which helps ding. I suspect that at bhrn victims in the the time this column Northwest region by is in the paper, my providing direct aid, flip-flops will be put emergency hous- away for the year and at Harborview my rain gear will be By MIKE Medical Center, wet. CALLAGHAN corrective cosmetic Mason County Fire surgery, support District 5 wishes to thank l groups, summer camp for those who donated to its boot kids with burns, research and prevention. Again, a big rows, Gary Benz, Judie Schaaf, tions can enjoy all the hall thanks to all islanders. Jim Irving, and Shelleen and has to offer. The Centennial Celebration Mark Mathews. They had a vi- As I've stated before, the of the historic Harstine Island. sion that grew into the success- community club is seeking community came to an official ful Centennial Celebration. your choices for speakers at close Oct. 18. What a year it It is now time to change its upcoming Inquiring Minds. has been! After three years of the focus from the hall's his- The deadline for booking preparing and enjoying the tory to its future. During our is Oct. 31. A full list of po- events involved in the celebra- secorid 100 years, the chal- tential speakers can be found tion, it is time to say thank you lenge is to be good stewards at humanities.org. Contact to everyone -- on and offthe of the hall and its grounds Arlen Morris at 432-9712 island -- who took on tasks of and to protect, preserve and or arltim2@q.com with your preserving the history of the plan for the community's suggestions. hall and sharihg with every- growing needs. Volunteers one throughout this special are needed to ensure this Mike Callaghan lives on year. The team was made up happens. Please give some of Harstine Island. He can be of Sandy Murphy, Bill Bur- your time so future genera- emailed at sobadog@msn.com.