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|'Prowl' plans continue|
Youngsters ages 12 and under are invited to use their creativity to make a costume to wear to the annual Prairie Street Prowl set to take place Friday, Oct. 31, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. on Prairie Street in Winnsboro.
The annual event, sponsored by Winnsboro Main Street, Inc., offers a safe family-friendly alternative to traditional Halloween events.
The Prowl will feature a costume contest sponsored by Progressive Bank with first, second and third place prizes awarded in four different age categories. The costumes don't have to be elaborate or expensive.
"We look for creativity and originality," explained Glen Spence, Progressive branch manager.
The bank plans to set up a registration booth in front of Celebrations Bakery on Prairie Street for children who wish to participate in the contest. Parents should accompany children who enter the event.
In addition to the costume contest, festivities will include a special visit from animals from Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo, a "trick or trunk" car show and candy given by businesses. Children will also be invited to enter their names in a drawing for a bicycle.
Local auto dealers, White Ford Lincoln Mercury, Waller-Singer Chevrolet, Interstate Buick Pontiac GMC and Dennis Crain Dodge Chrysler will show their creative flair in the "trick or trunk" show in which the trunks of vehicles will be decorated in a fun fashion. Winnsboro is an officially designated Main Street Community and Winnsboro Main Street, Inc. focuses on preserving and revitalizing Winnsboro's historic district. For more information contact Kay LaFrance-Knight at 435-3781.