The Iola Police will be doing a class on Scams and Frauds on October 28th. This class will be presented at the Iola Townhouses located at 217 N. Washington Ave. This is a great class to bring our retired citizens to as so many of them are the targets of these scams The class will start at 12:30 p.m. and is open to the public. If you have questions you can call Officer Mike Ford at the police department at 365-4960.
Trick or Treat on Main Street in Chanute is scheduled for Thursday, October 30th from 4:30 to 6 this year. The Kiwanis Spook Parade will follow, beginning at 6:30. Main Street Chanute have reserved the Main Street Pavilion from 4:30 to 6 this year for any Main Street member, especially those who do not have a store front on main, to participate in the trick or treating if they would like. There are 9 stalls on the east side of the pavilion that a vehicle can be backed into if you’d like to do a “trunk or treat” or tables can be set up on either side as well.
Dress your pets in their spookiest best during Cleaver Farm & Home’s Howl-oween Pet Trick-or-Treat on October 31, 2014 at 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.
“It will be a day of great fun for all, as customers get to bring their pets in to trick-or-treat,” says Cassie Cleaver. “When they come in the store, pets will get a complementary custom engraved pet tag, they can have their photo taken by our pup-arazzi as well as being able to register to win a bag of Exclusive Pet Food. For each pet that joins us for the event and registers, Cleaver Farm & Home will donate $5 towards the Chanute Dog Park.”