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If your church or school is hosting an alternative event to Trick-or-Treating, post about it here, for free!
Share about your Harvest Party, Fall Festival, or Trunk-or-Treat event! It's all about a safe and fun alternative for the kids, with things like carnival games, music, and of course, lots of candy!
>> So when you're ready to post your event, click here!
(TIP: Be sure to select "Holiday" as one of your event catagories so it's easy to find!)
Third graders from Calvary Chapel Christian School stopped by SOS Radio to share how they are helping the homeless in our city! You can help them at www.CCCSlions.org!
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Truck or Treat, Fall Harvest - Live Praise Music!
Saturday October 25, 2014, starting at 5:00 p.m. Join us for the Celebration! Harvest Festival Celebration.
Calling all Kids, and Families, Rodeo Theme. Candy, games, food, and much more, and did we mention it's all FREE.
Celebration featuring great activities including Rodeo Fair Games, food, hey ride, horse rides, bounce house and great fellowship. The event is being hosted by Connecting Point, at 8519 Maple Ave. Hesperia CA, 92345
Encore Jr/Sr High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
16955 Lemon St.
Hesperia, Ca 92345
Encore's EPIC Campus Event
A Night of
Food, Fun, Curiosities & Amusements
The Beatles Circus
Featuring Encore Cirque
2 shows: 4:30 and 8:30
Ticket price includes the show, a hot dog, chips, soda and popcorn
For more information call Encore High School @ 760-956-2632
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I’m blessed to have a view of a mountain from my bedroom window.
I was filled with awe and excitement the first time I saw it… but as I became accustomed to my new home, novelty turned to familiarity. What was once a mighty, majestic mountain had quietly turned into something else.