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Halloween Party at TRAC Helps Red Cross in Tri-Cities

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A blood drive and trick or treating under one roof on Halloween. A blood drive and trick or treating under one roof on Halloween.

PASCO, WA.- A warning to all trick or treaters planning to knock on TRAC's door on Halloween.

They're out for blood.

Cheryl Hansen, the manager at the Circle K on Road 68 and the Tri-Cities Chapter of the American Red have organized a trick or treat party for the community. Dozens of business will set up booths inside TRAC, handing out candy and treats associated with their business. High school musicians will perform.

There will be prizes, a hayride, and all zombies are to meet at four p.m. outside the Circle K on Road 68 for a zombie walk.

"We're going to go around and ask for donations and we're going to meet up at TRAC at six and dump our money into a large container for everyone to see," Hansen says. "Everything stays within our community so everything you'll see will stay here for the Tri-cities, all of our blood and all of our money."

The Red Cross will hold a blood drive at TRAC during the Fall Festival from noon to 4:30 p.m. If you want to give blood , call the Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767 or go online at www.redcrossblood.org to make an appointment.

If you're a business and want to set up a booth for the trick or treaters, call 222-4506 to reserve a spot.

If you're a family looking for a safe, warm place to trick or treat on Halloween, there's no charge.

The Fall Festival goes from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday. 

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