Clearwater Legion plans Monster Bash for Oct. 30

Clearwater Legion will be hosting their first Annual Halloween Adult Costume "Monster Bash"on Oct. 30

Editor, The Times:

I would like to let the community and surrounding communities know that the Clearwater Legion Branch 259 on Glen Road will be hosting their first Annual Halloween Adult Costume “Monster Bash”on Oct. 30. Doors open at 6 p.m. and will go on till 1:30 a.m. Tickets are $20 per person or two for $35. Tickets can be obtained by calling 250-674-7902 or they can be purchased at Bayley’s Bistro and at the Legion. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on day of event, however there are only so many tickets printed and it would be best to purchase as soon as possible.

All proceeds will go to the Clearwater Legion fund to fix much needed kitchen upgrades.

This fun event will feature DJ music by “Music of the Mountains.” Music starts at 8 p.m. There will be cash prizes for first, second and third best dressed costumes, lots of door prizes, cash bar and not to mention the spooktacular decorated hall with grave yard in back. There will be a very delicious appetizer table and a baked goods table.

The legion is hoping to see many new faces come join our fun night. Everyone is welcome, members and guest you will be signed in. This will be one event you want to be included in. So gather up your costumes, get your group of friends together and get out and have some fun and support you local Clearwater Legion.

This event is being put together by many volunteers. Costumes not mandatory to attend. Hope to see old and new faces attend. Ages 19 and up.

Rhonda England

Halloween Dance Organizer

Legion 259 member.

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