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VisitScotia.com - October 28th, 2003
Happy Halloween
Trick or Treat Safely!
Come one and all for Halloween Cider and Doughnuts
compliments of the Scotia Fire Department
4:30Catherine & No. Ten Broeck St.
4:45Holyrood @ Fourth and Houston St.
5:00N. Toll and Lark St.
5:15S. Toll and Sanders Ave.
5:30Orlinda Ave. and S. Holmes St.
5:45Glen Ave. and Pleasantview Ave.
6:00Old Mohawk School @ Sanders Ave and S. Ten Broeck St.
6:15Washington Ave and Livingston Ave.
6:30Washington Ave. and Washington Rd.
6:45Spearhead Dr.
7:00Deerfield Place and Red Coach Dr.
7:15Holly Blvd. and Fawn Dr.
7:30Cuthbert and Concord St.
7:45Weathercrest
8:00Porch Lights Off

From Chief John C. Pytlovany:
We are asking that all residents celebrate Halloween between the hours of 2 P.M. and 8 P.M. on Friday, October 31st, 2003. We would ask that children complete their "Trick or Treating" and that residents turn off their front porch lights at 8 P.M.

For real scary stuff about the Chief read:
Inside Monster Garage


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