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The St. Johns Independent

Daytime Trick-or-Treating for young children

An Event So Good – It’s Scary

On Wednesday October 31 parents have a safe daytime trick-or-treating option for their young children. On that day the following businesses will offer daytime trick-or-treating during the daytime hours of 3:30-5:30 pm:

In the lobby at the CC RESA Building (across from McDonalds): Big Brothers Big Sisters Michigan Capital Region, Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, Clinton County RESA, Clinton County Senior Center, DRM Genesis, Lansing Community College and Sparrow Clinton Hospital.

In the South US 27 Area: Clinton Commons (Scott Road), Grace Haven Assisted Living (Townsend Road), Hazel Findlay Country Manor (Scott Road), Postal Connections (S US 27), Walmart (S Superior Drive / S US 27) and WalMart Vision Center & Pharmacy (S Superior Drive / S US 27)

In the Downtown Area: Allaby & Brewbaker (Clinton Ave), Back Alley Pet Grooming (Clinton Ave), Briggs Public Library (Railroad St), Citizens Bank (W Higham St), Courtney’s Place Salon (Clinton Ave), Edward Jones/Gary Lenneman (Clinton Ave), Firstbank-St. Johns (Clinton Ave), First United Methodist Church (East M21), Hungry Howies (Clinton Ave), Jet Speed Printing (Clinton Ave), PKSA Karate (Clinton Ave) and St. Johns Police Department (East M21)

In the North US 27 Area: Clinton County Federal Credit Union (N US 27) and Sundance Buick Pontiac GMC(N US 27)

Each of these businesses will have a poster in a window or on their door. This event is sponsored by the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. If you have any questions about this event, or others by the Chamber of Commerce, call them at 989-224-7248.

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