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Hogan Family YMCA to host Honk or Treat on Oct. 30

MADISON – Hogan Family YMCA will observe the Halloween tradition with Honk or Treat on Oct. 30.

In its sixth consecutive year, Honk-or-Treat promises to entertain children with Halloween fun and will please parents with a safe, supervised activity for the spooky holiday. The event is free to the public.

The event will be open from 4 to 6 p.m. YMCA coordinators will give packets of filled with candy, activity sheets and promotional fliers from event sponsors to all the trick-or-treating boys and girls.

YMCA workers are looking forward to this ‘feel-good’ time at the Y. Honk-or-Treat will be held regardless of the weather. For more information, visit Facebook/Hogan Family YMCA.

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