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Blair County’s Official Trick or Treat Night will be 6 to 8 Thursday October 30th in all municipalities except Williamsburg, which will be the 31st.  Blair County Police agencies remind parents to walk with small children, make they’re wearing visible costumes and to inspect all candy
The Northern Blair County Relay for Life will be holding a kick-off event 7 to 8pm Monday October 20th at the Bellwood High School Cafeteria.  Information on the July 2015 Relay and formation of teams will be discussed.  For more information call Jennifer at 943-6112
JABA Paranormal Investigations is sponsoring a Zombie Walkathon to benefit Family Services, Inc.’s new Teen Shelter Saturday October 25th at the Logan Valley Mall in Altoona.  Registration starts 7:30am and the walk starts at 9 with awards at 11.  Walkers can have zombie makeup applied and photos taken by professionals.  For more information log onto the JABA Paranormal Facebook page or call 762-6779
Fright Night at Royer Mansion will be 7 to 10pm Saturday October 18th and 25th.  There’ll be a Haunted Maze outside, plus Mansion ghost and camp stories with Patty Wilson.  There’ll be food for sale as well. Cost is $5 per person, benefiting the Mansion. Please note the event is not suitable for younger children.  For information call 381-3388. Royer Mansion is on Route 866 between Martinsburg and Williamsburg
The Brian Morden Foundation will hold a Make a Difference Day event to create Halloween treat bags for children who are cancer patients at hospitals in Pittsburgh, Hershey, Danville and Philadelphia.  It’s 9 to 11 Saturday morning October 25th at First Lutheran Evangelical Church in downtown Altoona.  For information on the event or items you can donate, call 935-6445 or log onto
St. Leonard’s Personal Care Home in Hollidaysburg is having a basket Fundraiser from Noon to 3:30 Saturday October 25th at St. Catherine Church Hall in Duncansville.  The event benefits the Home’s Charity Care Fund
St. John’s Reformed Church will have an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake, Bacon and Sausage Breakfast 8 to 11am Saturday October 25th.  Beverages include OJ, coffee, tea and milk.  Its $6 for adults, $3 for children 3 to 12, under 3 eat for free.  There’ll also be a Women’s Guild Bake Sale.  The church is at 906 Maple Avenue in Hollidaysburg
The Penn State Altoona Film Series presents the Vincent Price Horror film House of Wax 6pm Sunday October 26th at the Devorris Downtown Center, 1431 12th Avenue. Admission, popcorn and soda are free.  Wear a costume for a chance to win the DVD 
Roaring Spring Community First Church of the Brethren will host a Red Cross Blood Drive 12:30 to 6pm Monday October 27th at their Social Hall, 901 Bloomfield Street in Roaring Spring 
The Bellwood-Antis Historical Society will meet 7pm Monday October 27th at the Bellwood-Antis Public Library.  Dennis Shaffner of the Clearfield County Historical Society will speak on Civil War veteran John P. Bard’s accounts of the Old Bucktail Regiment, first published in the 1880s.  The event is free
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Dial N Deal - October 17th 2014
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The 11th Hour - Guests & Topics Oct 13th-17th 2014
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