April 17, 2014

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United Way planning Halloween party

PAULDING – The United Way of Paulding County will once again be partnering with the Eagles Lodge in Paulding to host a Halloween fund-raiser.

The family event will be held from 5 p.m. until midnight, Oct. 27 at the Eagles. The event will include entertainment, food, a costume contest, 50/50 prize giveaway and raffle as well as fingerprinting ID kits for kids.

A steak dinner with baked potato, and a side salad will be available to adults for $12 and kids can eat a hot dog and chips free of charge.

Nedra Mielke, a UWPC activity committee member, commented, “The Paulding Eagles have been a longtime partner of the United Way of Paulding County. We appreciate their support. We would love to see more groups in the area become partners with us to help promote community impact.”


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