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“Spook”tacular places to trick-or-treat!

Photos by Eugenia Jones Members of McCreary County’s Cub Scouts Pack 74 enjoyed their annual Halloween party earlier this week. The members, from grades K-5, wore their costumes, played games, and enjoyed lots of frightfully good treats!

By Eugenia Jones

It will be a combination of both scary and cute as McCreary County trick-or-treaters step out in full costume to gather up candy on Saturday (October 30) evening from 5:00 until 8:00 p.m.  With COVID-19 still active, local health officials are cautioning trick-or-treaters to take precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as they enjoy the festivities.

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The following names of businesses, churches, and organizations were submitted to The Voice as being “spook”tacular places to get treats during this year’s trick-or-treating on Saturday, October 30th!

• Outdoor Venture Corporation Trunk-or-Treat-facility next to McCreary County Museum

• 4-H Camp (trick-or-treat from campers!)

• Grace and Truth Tabernacle Church (5:00-7:00) at Stephens’ Hardwood Office (Former Forcht Bank building in Pine Knot) 5:00-7:00

• VFW Post 5217-North Main Street, Whitley City

• Plaza Hair—Big M Plaza

• 1st Baptist Church (6:00-8:00) 401, HWY 790, Bronston, KY

• Walker’s Chapel-at Randall Kidd’s Grocery Smithtown HWY 92, 

• KFC & Arbys

• Pine Knot Freewill Baptist Church—next to Pine Knot Cemetery—popcorn and cotton candy

• East Pine Knot Tabernacle-Drive Through-6:00-8:00

• South Pine Knot Church of God, 277 Cal Hill Drive

• Pine Knot Southern Baptist Church (next to Earl Anderson’s Grocery)-drive and walk through

• Falls Road Mini Mart

• McCreary County Tourism, ABC Board, and Chamber of Commerce-Jackson Park behind Public Library

• Krogers

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